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esperanza spalding performing at a White House event

Still from a video in the public domain

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Professor of practice cites misalignment with Harvard's priorities

11.21.22

esperanza spalding performing at a White House event

Still from a video in the public domain

Professor of practice cites misalignment with Harvard's priorities

11.21.22

Graph from CDC– the robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available.

The Center for Disease Control’s robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available. This creates a new risk for immunocompromised individuals, including those undergoing certain treatments for cancer.

Photograph courtesy of CDC.gov

Harvard experts on healthy holiday gatherings—and the risk of a “tripledemic”

11.17.22

Thomas J. Hollister

Thomas J. Hollister, vice president for finance and CFO
Paige Brown, Courtesy Tufts Medical Center

Vice president for finance to conclude service at end of academic year

11.17.22

The three speakers are seated on stage at Harvard's JFK Forum.

Tuesday evening's panelists: (from left) Natalie Tennant, Abby Phillip, and Brad Raffensperger

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger on the future of democracy

11.16.22

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard University

Michelle Williams led the School of Public Health during the pandemic.

11.10.22

liriodendron tulipifera of Eastern North America and liriodendron chinense of Eastern Asia

Tulip trees of Eastern North America and Eastern Asia, which last shared a common ancestor 14 million years ago.

Photographs by William (Ned) Freedman

Exploring the “plant humanities” at Harvard’s Dumbarton Oaks

11.3.22

FAS dean Claudine Gay

Dean Claudine Gay, whose annual report to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences was presented on November 1
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

A robust financial report sets the stage for strategic choices to come.

11.2.22

Cover of Harvard faculty trends report

Cover of Harvard faculty trends report

Cover courtesy of Harvard Office for Faculty Affairs

But the annual trends report shows surprising reliance on non-ladder faculty in the classroom, and continuing struggles with diversity.

11.1.22