Through the lens of black health

Tania Fabo ’18 combines stem cell biology and health disparities in racial minorities

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Harvard’s immersion in neuroscience

Provost Garber discusses efforts to deepen cooperation and community in the surging field

At Extension School, a sustainable program grows

The program has seen rapid growth as climate change becomes a greater threat

From the Everglades to Tribeca

A film by junior Lance Oppenheim will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 4:30pm

'Come Sunday' Film Screening

Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 6:00pm - 7:15pm

David Levinthal: History, Memory, and Myth

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Harvard names Lawrence S. Bacow as 29th president

Lawrence S. Bacow, one of the most experienced and respected leaders in American higher education, will become the 29th president of Harvard University on July 1, 2018.

First generation graduate hopes to impact and better lives in marginalized communities

Raised by immigrant parents, Yesenia Ortiz was their second child to attend Harvard, and is using the opportunity to help others overcome the obstacles her parents faced.

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Harvard panel discusses next chapter for Black Lives Matter

Four years after Michael Brown was shot to death in Ferguson, Mo., young people of color are still dying. Still, as a panel discussion at the John F. Kennedy Jr. …

Harvard panel sees progress and challenge on Alzheimer’s

Harvard epidemiologist Albert Hofman said most Alzheimer’s cases are likely related to non-genetic causes, particularly vascular health, which explains decreased incidence of the disease in recent …

Importance of bringing your ‘whole self’ to the workplace

Motivational speaker Mike Robbins joins the FAS Diversity Dialogue series and discusses how to bring your authentic self into the workplace, and why it’s important to.

There’s more to Harvard than grades, Transcript Project shows

The Transcript Project aims “to recognize the curiosity-driven intellectual journey that college is meant to be,” according to Dean Robin Kelsey.

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DIY Galaxy T-Shirts

Students in 6th-8th grade, join us for a fun DIY (Do It Yourself) workshop on making galaxy t-shirts! You'll learn how to make your own galaxy t-shirt, which you can take home at the end of the …

Hacker Creations

In this workshop, students in 3rd-5th grade will make a 3D mosaic using recycled paper and computer parts! All the parts have been chosen with children in mind and are made from plastic, rubber and …

Red Sox Nation: Exploring Sports and Citizenship

Sports and community identity are deeply linked. What happens on the field and in the stands draws attention to larger issues confronting society, and compelsathletes and teams to think about their …

Tech Talk for Small Businesses: Delivery Apps for Restaurants

Learn how to cook up business with online ordering! Discover online ordering and delivery platforms and determine if they are a fit for your small business at the Harvard Ed Portal’s Tech …

The Harvard Dance Project: Spring 2018 Performances

See three world premieres by preeminent choreographers Chanel DaSilva, Shamel Pitts, and Peter Chu created for The Harvard Dance Project student dancers! The Harvard Dance Project is a Theater, …

Creating a 21st Century City: Challenges and Opportunities for Boston's Future

As cities grow and move forward through the 21st century, citizens and policy makers are faced with unique challenges yet seemingly endless possibility. …

Harvard Allston Partnership Fund Grants Ceremony

Join Harvard University President Drew Gilpin Faust and City of Boston Mayor Martin J. …

Daughter of the Cold War

Grace Kennan Warnecke's memoir is about a life lived on the edge of history. …