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Harvard Business School faculty members discuss how artificial intelligence could reshape how work gets done.
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What are we getting right—and wrong—about electric vehicles?
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Diane Lopez to retire as vice president, general counsel after 30 years
Led University through pandemic, admissions lawsuit, fight against Trump-era plan that would have forced out many international students.
10 from Harvard named Rhodes Scholars
Nine U.S. recipients, one international; areas of study include higher education, philosophy, neuroscience.
Andrea Baccarelli named next dean of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Andrea Baccarelli, noted scientist, educator, and leader, will begin his new role on Jan. 1.
‘Those inequalities are inequalities that occur within households’
The Henry Lee Professor was honored for her research on women in the workplace.
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