Glen Whitney ’89 creates the MoMath Museum in New York City.
The pioneering professor at Harvard Business School died November 1 at age 89.
The Berkman Center for Internet and Society is among the partners in the Born This Way Foundation.
Expenses outpace revenue growth as the University continues to adapt financially.
The beloved former director of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra served for almost half a century.
Candy, photos, and fun were themes at the twentieth anniversary party for Harvard’s graduate student center.
A Graduate School of Design exhibition celebrates 75 years of rich history.
A Radcliffe Institute symposium presents ideas for enlivening academic engagement with the community.
Andrew Farkas ’82 endows the reconstructed Hasty Pudding venue.
Divinity School dean William A. Graham steps down, Nobel Prizes awarded to seven alumni, Dumbarton Oaks’ expansion, MacArthur Fellows announced, and other Harvard news.
Dean Michael D. Smith presents his draft annual report: budget, faculty growth, and more
The Allston Work Team’s development recommendations have been endorsed by the Harvard Corporation.
The Mahindra Humanities Center erects eight “poetry posts” to prompt reflection about loss and recovery.
The College redistributes aid among lower- and higher-income undergraduates, and introduces a new family financial-planning tool.
Harvard Medical School announces a new initiative in systems pharmacology to quicken the pace of drug discovery.