Photograph by Jill Anderson/Harvard Graduate School of Education
Harvard gets serious about training its graduates to teach in the classroom.
Harvard University Portrait Collection (H6); photograph by Harvard Art Museums Imaging Department/©President and Fellows of Harvard College
When the College commissioned Copley
Illustration by Wesley Bedrosian
Harvesting innovations from around the world to improve American medical care
Photograph: HUD 3567.219.2 no. 296, Harvard University Archives
Brief live of a premonitory poet: 1888-1916
Photograph by Eric Risberg/Associated Press
Sibling scholars Carol Steiker and Jordan Steiker seek to change how America thinks about capital punishment.
Illustration by Taylor Callery
Business leaders explain how they went astray.
Research aims to discover whether happiness improves physical health.
Illustration by James O’Brien
New methods for manufacturing antibiotics aim to replenish a dwindling drug pipeline.
Photograph courtesy of the New Bedford Whaling Museum
Herman Melville’s epic is “brought to life” in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Holly Hill Farm’s winter fair in Cohasset, Massachusetts
Photograph by Jim Harrison
At Harvard Business School, contemporary art moves outdoors.
Investment losses and distributions for the budget reduce the assets by $1.9 billion.
Photograph by kris snibbe/hpac
Affording House renewal
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JB
The capital campaign proceeds.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Cultural historian Matthew Wittmann makes a home at Harvard's performing-arts library.
Illustration by Mark Steele
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
MOOC technology in classroom use, for degrees, and more
Courtesy of the Collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society
What he learned and what he made of it
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
The untimely death of a former colleague
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
Medical School dean, humanities and sciences honorands, and an app for thriving at Harvard
Illustration by Francis Livingston
Learning to negotiate the backyard and the divine
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
A successful beginning of the football season
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith lives up to, and inspires, with her motto.
rendering courtesy of Bruner/Cott & Associates, Inc.
Upgrading a venerable basketball arena
Photograph courtesy of Timothy Reckart
The director of Head Over Heels and The Star, on animation's different dimensions
Crowd painting that attracts crowds.
Photograph by Tyler Flynn Dorholt
Poet Jean Valentine on literary companionship
Recent books with Harvard connections
Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer; styling by Prellezo
In Uproot, Jace Clayton ’97 explores technological trends in music around the globe.
Plans to overhaul the Board of Overseers’ election procedures
Seven alumni are honored for volunteer College admissions work.