Highlights from a recent report on faculty development and diversity
The senior governing board revises its “composition, structure, and practices.”
Elena Kagan, Mark Zuckerberg, and Drew Faust’s hard-charging, softball-playing daughter
The overseer of interdisciplinary scholarship and Harvard’s affiliated institutions concludes a decade of service.
Management of the Harvard University Library will be consolidated under a single director.
For the senior governing board, an expanded membership, term limits, and a fresh focus on the University’s strategic opportunities and challenges
The United States should support democratic governance and responsible sovereigns, the former secretary of state says in a speech at the Kennedy School.
The football team wins its fourth straight over the Elis.
President Faust says the program “ought to be fully and formally present” on campus, and voices hopes for an end to the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
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The sociologist oversees a large Arts and Sciences division.
Annual report on faculty diversity reveals results
Longtime Supreme Court watcher Linda Greenhouse ’68 and Yale legal historian Reva Siegel offer new insight about the landmark court case’s effect on the abortion debate and American political discourse.
The Radcliffe Institute’s “Why Books?” conference touches on a timely theme.
…and other University financial updates