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What's In Focus?
Every week we’re highlighting subjects that have inspired the Harvard community to turn research and creativity into global action.
Women’s History Month
Women's History Month
Women's legacy at Harvard—first as staff members, then as students and faculty—shaped today's University, and allows a new generation of women to build a better tomorrow.
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The complicated history of women at Harvard
Star analysts of Harvard College Observatory
Unequal: Criminal Injustice
In part one of this ongoing series we look at the Harvard community's efforts to create a more equitable criminal justice system.
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Solving racial disparities in policing
An overhaul for justice
Tackling Climate Change
Climate change is a global threat that requires an urgent response. The Harvard community is taking a multi-faceted approach to addressing and reversing the effects of this crisis.
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Harvard experts on what's next in climate policy
Harvard's commitment to carbon neutrality
One year in
As a deadly new virus spread across the globe, the Harvard community quickly became a hub for researchers, hospitals, and institutes to share their resources and findings. One year later we’ve made breakthroughs on everything from vaccines to protective equipment.
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Keep Harvard healthy
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The Contagion Year
The Harvard Medical School community looks back at year one of the pandemic.
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Anthony Fauci offers a timeline for ending COVID-19 pandemic
Fauci predicted herd immunity by next fall and “normality” by 2021’s end, as long as enough people get vaccinated to bring the pandemic to an end.
Vaccines should end the pandemic, despite the variants, say experts
Can the current crop of vaccines get us to herd immunity even if variants become widespread? A Harvard immunologist says yes.
Biden may regret releasing report on Khashoggi murder, says expert
President Biden’s release of 2018 U.S. intelligence report on murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi sets the stage for a significant shift in U.S.-Saudi relations from Trump era.
Ruth Simmons to deliver address at Harvard’s celebration of the Class of 2021
Prairie View A&M University President Ruth Simmons, who earned her Ph.D. from Harvard in 1973, will give the principal speech at the celebration for the Class of 2021.
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