Gender and Sexuality
Harvard Business School has updated its Title IX training modules on sexual harassment amid criticisms of the trainings.
Pierre R. Berastaín Ojeda ’10 has been appointed the director of the Office for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, the University announced Monday.
A University-wide report tracking the growth of faculty gender and racial diversity across Harvard’s individual schools shows some progress over the past decade.
Design School students hung banners denouncing sexual misconduct in the school’s main workspace last week after the circulation of a spreadsheet accusing affiliates of misconduct.
The Design School has “made plans” to hire a diversity and inclusion officer following allegations of sexual misconduct against more than a dozen school affiliates.
Harvard’s Math Department has hired a woman as a senior professor for the second time in its history, ending a six-year streak in which the department boasted not a single woman of that rank.
The lyrics, which previously read “till the stock of the Puritans die,” will now read “till the stars in the firmament die.”
The report, the final product of the 55-member Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging, asks Harvard to “become its best self” via eight concrete recommendations.
Lambda, the BGLTQ organization for Harvard law students, and the Queer and Trans People of Color organization brought the issue of restricted access to gender neutral bathrooms to administrators last fall.
The twelfth annual Women’s Week including events ranging from “Unlearning the Language of Misogyny” to “Making Gender and Music."
The College is working to debut a gender-neutral housing option for first-year students starting next year with the Class of 2022.
Panelists explored sexual violence at Harvard at an event Tuesday afternoon co-hosted by Our Harvard Can Do Better and the Radcliffe Union of Students.
The public event was held by the Harvard College Open Campus Initiative, a student-run free speech advocacy organization.