Lawrence S. Bacow and Adele Fleet Bacow, stage center at Sanders Theatre, congratulate, thank, and celebrate the performers at the Thursday evening inaugural concert and performances.
Photograph by JSR/Harvard Magazine
Students, faculty members, and visiting artists perform music, song, drama, and even a work of visual art in real time.
Stephen M. Kosslyn, of Minerva, has pioneered in applying the science of learning to design a new core curriculum and technologically based pedagogy.
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JSR
Lessons old and new at the annual Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching conference
Smith Campus Center, one of the tangible results of The Harvard Campaign
Photograph by Jim Harrison
The University reveals the results for its record-setting fund drive.
H. Luke Shaefer directs the University of Michigan’s Poverty Solutions—now partnering with Harvard to address economic mobility in Detroit.
Photograph courtesy of Poverty Solutions/University of Michigan
Joint efforts aim at alleviating poverty and fighting the opioid epidemic.
From left, Presidents M. Roy Wilson, M.D. ’80, of Wayne State University and Lawrence S. Bacow of Harvard and Mary Kramer, director of the economic-development forum, speaking on higher education in Detroit on September 14.
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
President Bacow listens (and builds partnerships) in Michigan.
Gerald López on a pedestrian bridge two blocks from his childhood home in East Los Angeles. For him, rebellious lawyering is not just a legal theory, but a way of being.
Photograph by Coral von Zumwalt
Gerald López’s radical theory—and practice
Illustration by Taylor Callery
The “Tenth Justice” and the polarization of the Supreme Court
A Medical School real-estate deal, and a busy post-presidency for Drew Faust