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Photograph of Ryan Enos

Ryan Enos

Photograph by Stu Rosner

Research

The political scientist explains “social geography.”

10.7.19

Photograph of Ryan Enos

Ryan Enos

Photograph by Stu Rosner

The political scientist explains “social geography.”

November-December 2019

William G. Kaelin pictured in his home in Boston shortly after receiving the call from Sweden

William G. Kaelin

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

Kaelin is the forty-ninth Harvard faculty member to win the Nobel. 

10.7.19

Harvard education dean Bridget Terry Long and Sesame Workshop CEO Jeffrey Dunn with a group of Muppets

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(1 of 5) Harvard Graduate School of Education dean Bridget Terry Long and Sesame Workshop CEO Jeffrey Dunn pose with Ernie, Bert, Grover, Elmo, Count von Count, and Abby Cadabby.

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Graduate School of Education

Sesame Street celebrates a 50-year collaboration with Harvard.

10.4.19

A scan from the program for the eighth annual conference of the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Technology, including the words "peer learning" and a drawing of a lightbulb.

    

The eighth annual conference of the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching

10.1.19

A lake next to a mountain with autumn foliage and fog

Photograph by Stanley Zimney/iStock

Fewer cold nights could mean muted displays of fall color. 

9.26.19

A portrait of Jerry Mitrovica at his desk

Jerry X. Mitrovica

Courtesy of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

The geophysicist has pioneered the understanding that sea-level rise around the globe will vary significantly depending on crustal dynamics and gravitational forces. 

9.25.19

Photograph of Yann LeCun

Yann LeCun
Photograph by Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The physics department confers its Loeb lectureship on an influential non-physicist.

9.18.19

Computer artwork of an autoradiogram of DNA sequences.

Computer artwork by Alfred Pasieka/Science Source

Genes seem to play a role in determining sexual orientation, but it’s small, uncertain, and complicated.

8.29.19