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Drew Faust speaking on the Civil War and the Vietnam War at Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications


Drew Faust, in Ho Chi Minh City, on the Civil War and the Vietnam War


Harvard Management Company and University administrators’ compensation reported


Top row from left: Christine A. Desan, Annette Gordon-Reed, and Tamar Herzog. Second row from left: Mary Lewis, Intisar A. Rabb, Daniel Ziblatt

More than 50 fellows will pursue projects in the humanities, creative arts, sciences, and social sciences.


Francis J. Doyle III

New leader of Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences


A Harvard Magazine alumnus on the new world of “middle-class serfdom”


A follow-up to last year’s observation of Harvard classrooms—and emerging issues from course-management software


Harvard College and GSAS recognize teachers and mentors.


Elisabeth Newton, a Ph.D. candidate in astronomy, explains how scientists learn about planets via their stars.

TED-type talks on topics ranging from lizards to “micro-activism,” from doctoral candidates likely to define the futures of their fields.


Sean D. Kelly

Sharply critical faculty review of the College’s flagship general-education curriculum