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Harvard Graduate School of Education Dean Bridget Long discusses the impact of an anonymous gift to support endowed scholarships for master's students.
Deacon Turner ’91 shares how his journey out of poverty to the Yard inspires him to do what he can for students like him to thrive
The Hasty Pudding Theatricals roasted and toasted actors Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner during Man and Woman of the Year events on campus.
Harvard Medical School researchers at Boston Children's Hospital are developing two new candidates for protein-based vaccines against COVID-19.
Philanthropist Jerome "Jerry" Rappaport AB '47, LLB '49, MPA '63 left an indelible impact at Harvard University and beyond.
Following a childhood of frequenting Camden Yards, gymnasiums, and athletic fields, Eve Rosenbaum ’12 found herself on the bench at Harvard. And it made all the difference.
Harvard Divinity School celebrates the leadership and service of beloved community members Connie and Preston Williams PhD '67, for whom the chapel in the newly renovated Swartz Hall has been renamed.
Harvard graduate student Yekaterina "Kate" Shulgina has developed a computer program that can read the genome sequence of any organism and then determine its code.
For recent graduate Tony Wang AB ’11, MBA ’17, long-term giving to Harvard through a charitable lead trust is an investment in building community and maximizing financial impact.
Through a gift of real estate, Harriet Woodworth Koch AB ’57 and Albin C. “Al” Koch JD ’59 are honoring the legacy of a beloved Harvard professor by helping student musicians pursue their passions.
Journalist Maria Ressa, a fall 2021 Joan Shorenstein Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, was recognized for her efforts to safeguard freedom of expression.
A generous community of Harvard alumni is providing foundational support to expand the Asian American studies program in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Economics faculty say a transformational gift from Penny Pritzker AB '81 to help create a new home for the department will foster greater collaboration, innovation, and inclusivity.
Improvements to the library—funded in part by generous gifts from alumni—include better accessibility, expanded exhibition spaces, updated classrooms.
View the recording of "The River Elbe: Microcosm of European History" presented by Professor Werner Sollors.
Purnima Kapur, Harvard's inaugural chief of university planning and design, is leading efforts to bolster connectivity as part of a cohesive University campus plan.
As a student in Korea, Mike Choe '94 didn’t dream Harvard would be part of his story. Today, he wants to help the next generation find their way there.
The iconic statue appears bronzed, rested, and refreshed after time with a team of specialists.
As part of Harvard College's SPARK program, 123 first-year students embarked on a variety of service projects in their hometowns this summer.
Made possible by donor support, the new CAMHS Cares hotline is available to students who have mental health concerns or questions of any kind, on campus or elsewhere.