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Lawrence S. Bacow JD '76, MPP '76, PhD '78, will step down as president of Harvard University on June 30, 2023.
The incoming president of the Harvard Alumni Association, Allyson Mendenhall AB '90, MLA '99 is committed to creating inclusive alumni experiences.
In October 2021, administration of Harvard’s charitable trusts, pooled income funds, and annuities transitioned from the Trusts and Gifts team at Harvard Management Company (HMC) to TIAA Kaspick.
For Arlene Hirschfeld, a planned gift to support the Women’s Studies in Religion Program at Harvard Divinity School is an extension of her life’s work of helping people and organizations be all they can be.
By establishing a charitable remainder trust for their children, Dick AB '58 and Lucy Sallick are helping to secure Harvard's future as well as their family's.
The eighth round of Climate Change Solutions Fund grants will fund 10 projects led by Harvard faculty and students.
Katie Lapp, Harvard's chief administrative officer since 2009, will be succeeded by Meredith Weenick AB '90, MBA '02.
Two Harvard faculty members received a stipend to pursue research and writing in the social sciences and humanities.
Harvard alumna will become the first Black woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.
Author, scholar, and educator Allyson Hobbs AB '97 will lead the alumni parade as part of Harvard Alumni Day.
Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Tracy K. Smith AB '94 will be the featured speaker at an on-campus celebration of Harvard's global alumni community on June 3.
Jackson, a D.C. appeals court judge and Harvard alumna, would be the first Black woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.
Nationally renowned civil rights attorney and scholar Sherrilyn Ifill will be honored for her work advancing equality and access to education.
Penny Pritzker AB '81 will succeed William F. Lee AB ’72, becoming the first woman to serve as senior fellow of the Harvard Corporation.
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.