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An acute casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic



President Bacow advises the community on the Office of General Counsel findings; professor put on administrative leave pending further review.


Medicine and mathematics are heavily represented—plus a recent Nobel laureate in economics.


Provost Alan M. Garber
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Provost Alan Garber outlines the possibilities and options—and the College prepares for continued remote teaching, if necessary


Photo of William Giannobile

William Giannobile 
Photograph courtesy of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry

The periodontology expert will assume his new role September 1. 


A photograph of University Hall, the administration building for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Photography by Harvard Magazine/JC

The announcement is not the same as fossil-fuel divestment, though it comes amid months of intensified activism calling for divestment. 


Tackling the pandemic's hard ethical and social questions in an online Harvard discussion with Michael Sandel


University Hall, where the Faculty of Arts and Sciences is based—and where painful financial choices are already being made
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC

Dean Gay outlines near-term actions—and “the definition of a hard problem” facing the FAS.


Deans articulate their diverse faculties’ divergent priorities (and problems)—plus an MIT perspective