For answers on coral conservation, she followed the fish

Researcher’s St. Croix project explores impact of restoration efforts

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Beyond ‘I Have a Dream’

Essay collection co-edited by Harvard scholars amplifies Martin Luther King’s political and economic philosophy

Houghton’s treasures charm students and illuminate research

Scholars share how the library’s rare holdings have inspired them

Ground-breaking lens opens new possibilities

Single metalens focuses all colors of the rainbow in one point


Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Houghton Library Workshop: Descriptive Bibliography

Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Harvard Student Wintersession Event - Drawing Animals

Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 10:00am - 11:30am

Strategic Stability after the end of Strategic Arms Control


Harvard students help in food recovery and donation program

Since 2014 Harvard University has been teaming up with local non-profit, Food for Free on a food recovery and donation program that works to curb food insecurity in Cambridge and Boston.

Harvard students come face to face with refugees

A large shipping container was on campus to serve as a “portal” equipped with immersive audio-visual technology that allows people to have live, person-to-person conversations with individuals in displaced communities in Iraq, Jordan, and Germany (refugees from Syria) who are in an identical shipping container across the globe.

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OpenScholar to become startup

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Staying curious for 40+ years

Harvard University’s Tuition Assistance Program celebrates 40 years of offering lifelong learning.

Harvard scholars discuss King’s legacy as a political philosopher

An interview with Professors Tommie Shelby and Brandon Terry, co-editors of “To Shape a New World, Essays on the Political Philosophy of Martin Luther King Jr.”

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Former United Nations representative and member of President Obama’s cabinet Samantha Power will offer a comprehensive overview of US foreign policy. …

Plaza WinterFest

Running January through March, Plaza WinterFest is a great way to enjoy the cold winter months in Cambridge! Join us from 12-8pm daily for seasonal games including curling, ice bowling, and ice …

Exhibition: Material Systems: Digital Design and Fabrication

This exhibition will feature ceramics in experimental architectural applications made by students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design during the Fall 2017 course, Material Systems: Digital …

Conflict Resolution in the Family

In Lessons in Domestic Diplomacy, the New York Times’ Bruce Feiler, drawing on family conflict resolution negotiation examples in his past, offers a case study of conflict management by …

Business Negotiation: When is an Outsider Needed at the Negotiation Table

One of the most popular negotiation topics in business concerns the role of outsiders to the negotiation. …

Why’s This So Good? (The wonderful) Dan Barry and “The Lost Children of Tuam”

If Dan Barry has a beat, it is humanity — humanity as it reckons with its triumphs and travesties, and, sometimes, its profound secrets. …