Harvard @ Home

Harvard at Home, which provides alumni with on-line access to a variety of intellectual happenings at the University, has expanded its...

Harvard at Home, which provides alumni with on-line access to a variety of intellectual happenings at the University, has expanded its offerings. Now available is a discussion on "Benjamin Franklin: Scientist and Diplomat" by 1986 Nobel laureate in chemistry and Baird professor of science Dudley Herschbach, as well as "Magic of Numbers: Number Theory and Application," highlights from a new mathematics course taught by Leverett professor Benedict Gross and Higgins professor of mathematics Joseph D. Harris.

computer illustrationAt press time, the Harvard Alumni Association anticipated adding a web version of this spring's Alumni College by July 1. Entitled "Beethoven's Ninth Symphony: Then and Now," the weekend of lectures and discussion was led by Professor Thomas F. Kelly.

Harvard at Home is accessible through www.haa.harvard.edu, where one registers for the password-protected alumni website Post.Harvard. A menu item there links users to Harvard at Home.

 

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