Walter Isaacson ’74 wrote the official biography of the Apple co-founder, to be released October 24.
The president of Liberia, Harvard’s 2011 Commencement speaker, is honored for advocating for the rights of women.
Independent restaurants benefit more than chains.
In Your Medical Mind, Jerome Groopman and Pamela Hartzband write about beliefs and medical choices.
The dean’s annual message touches on budget, faculty searches, pedagogy, and more.
Alumni who join the Friends of Harvard Magazine can attend the October 19 event at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
An astrophysical hat trick, for work on supernovae and the expansion of the universe
The Harvard Law School professor is in a dead heat with Republican senator Scott Brown.
The Harvard Medical School alumnus wins the award three days after his death.
The measures aim to keep women in academic research from having to choose between work and family.
The library system will adopt a new structure built around affinity groups.
Endowments at Yale, MIT, Duke, and Cornell rebound in the latest fiscal year.
Professors Goldie, Smail, and Whitesides all work on topics featured in one day’s New York Times
The Lab @ Harvard’s fall exhibition featured innovative ideas from students across the globe.
The stem-cell biology specialist and the scholar of organizational change are honored for wide-ranging work.