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Photographic portraits of HAA nominating committee nominees for Harvard Board of Overseers: Top row, left to right: Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Arturo Elizondo, Srishti Gupta Narasimhan Bottom row, left to right: Fiona Hill, Vanessa W. Liu, Robert L. Satcher Jr., Luis A. Ubiñas

Top row, left to right: Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Arturo Elizondo, Srishti Gupta Narasimhan
Bottom row, left to right: Fiona Hill, Vanessa W. Liu, Robert L. Satcher Jr., Luis A. Ubiñas

Photographs courtesy of HAA; photomontage by Harvard Magazine 

The 2023 nominees detail their experiences and view of Harvard’s challenges and prospects.

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Medford museum spotlights the historic link between wealth and human bondage.

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New Harvard Law center focuses on unionization and equitable labor law

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The honorees will visit Cambridge next week for a parade, a show, and a (loving) roast.

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A genetic analysis of long-lived species of rockfish has led to fresh insights into human longevity, and a previously unappreciated pathway governing lifespan.

1.19.23 | Research
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Dean Elmendorf to extend offer to Kenneth Roth, review fellowship procedures

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Photographic portraits of HAA nominating committee nominees for Harvard Board of Overseers: Top row, left to right: Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Arturo Elizondo, Srishti Gupta Narasimhan Bottom row, left to right: Fiona Hill, Vanessa W. Liu, Robert L. Satcher Jr., Luis A. Ubiñas

Top row, left to right: Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Arturo Elizondo, Srishti Gupta Narasimhan
Bottom row, left to right: Fiona Hill, Vanessa W. Liu, Robert L. Satcher Jr., Luis A. Ubiñas

Photographs courtesy of HAA; photomontage by Harvard Magazine 

The 2023 nominees detail their experiences and view of Harvard’s challenges and prospects.

1.19.23 | News

Latest News

colonial-era blue house amid grass

Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford, Massachusetts 

Photograph by Theresa Kelliher/Courtesy of the Royall House and Slave Quarters museum

Medford museum spotlights the historic link between wealth and human bondage.

1.25.23 | News
Senator Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren emphasized that workers are making important wins, but corporations are still union busting.

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine 

New Harvard Law center focuses on unionization and equitable labor law

1.25.23 |
Bob Odenkirk and Jennifer Coolidge

Bob Odenkirk and Jennifer Coolidge

Photographs courtesy of Hasty Pudding Theatricals

The honorees will visit Cambridge next week for a parade, a show, and a (loving) roast.

1.24.23 | News
Emily Channell-Justice and former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch in conversation at Thursday's event

Moderator Emily Channell-Justice (left) with retired ambassador Marie Yovanovitch

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

A former ambassador to Ukraine offers her perspective on the conflict

1.20.23 | News
Stephen Treaster

Stephen Treaster

Photograph by Michael Goderre, Photographer, Boston Children’s Hospital

A genetic analysis of long-lived species of rockfish has led to fresh insights into human longevity, and a previously unappreciated pathway governing lifespan.

1.19.23 | Research
Harvard Kennedy School shield

Dean Elmendorf to extend offer to Kenneth Roth, review fellowship procedures

1.19.23 | News
Photographic portraits of HAA nominating committee nominees for Harvard Board of Overseers: Top row, left to right: Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Arturo Elizondo, Srishti Gupta Narasimhan Bottom row, left to right: Fiona Hill, Vanessa W. Liu, Robert L. Satcher Jr., Luis A. Ubiñas

Top row, left to right: Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Arturo Elizondo, Srishti Gupta Narasimhan
Bottom row, left to right: Fiona Hill, Vanessa W. Liu, Robert L. Satcher Jr., Luis A. Ubiñas

Photographs courtesy of HAA; photomontage by Harvard Magazine 

The 2023 nominees detail their experiences and view of Harvard’s challenges and prospects.

1.19.23 | News

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