Kicking off a program that aims to make Harvard and the surrounding community less sedentary
Beyond case-method classes at Harvard Business School
“Old Quincy” renovation will test designs and construction for comprehensive modernization of undergraduate residences.
The number of applicants for the College class of 2015 is almost 15 percent higher than last year’s.
President Faust announces a search committee and invites nominations.
President Faust and Senior Fellow Robert D. Reischauer seek to fill six new seats on the governing board.
In a podcast, the surgeon and scholar comments on healthcare reform and potential repeal.
The Harvard economist shares an award for scholarly writing that fosters the nation’s financial well-being.
The former University president recently returned to Harvard after heading the National Economic Council.
The photographer will be honored during the Arts First celebration in April.
Helen Shenton was previously deputy director of the Harvard University Library.
In the wake of a historic Senate vote, President Faust discusses the future of ROTC on campus.
Farmer is known for humanitarian work and global health; Gomes is hospitalized.
HBS building boomlet and innovation lab, Rhodes and Marshall Scholars, HMS Center for Primary Care, studying “institutional corruption,” and other University news
The University’s offerings will refinance debt and finance various capital projects.