Harvard Business School
Dozens gathered for a“hackathon” at the Harvard Innovation Lab on Sunday to propose and develop ideas to help combat campus sexual assault.
Harvard faculty members praised General Electric’s decision to move its headquarters to Boston as an opportunity for increased collaboration between the corporation and students.
Across Harvard's schools, faculty members are learning about sexual assault prevention and seeking to create courses to foster discussion on sex and sexuality, after the release of a sexual assault prevention report last month.
Connecting students around the world through high-tech monitors, the HBX Live studio has begun operating, and administrators are eager to support further development of the online service.
Roughly 300 scholars, professionals, and students from both Harvard and around the world attended the third annual LGBTQ Conference, hosted at Harvard Law School on Saturday.
Harvard Business School has raised $925 million for its capital campaign, nearing its final goal of $1 billion capital campaign, according to Dean Nitin Nohria.
A protester dressed as Donald Trump waves a poster saying “Make Harvard Great Again” as part of a protest against the Harvard Club cutting employment benefits. The protest took on the form of a fake rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and took place outside of a Harvard Club event held at the Harvard Business School Tuesday evening.
Senior Associate Dean for faculty planning and recruitment Frances Frei spoke Wednesday about closing gaps in satisfaction and achievement between female and male students and faculty members. When discussing the success of institutional efforts to improve womens’ experience there, Frei said “if you make the world better for women, you make it better for everyone.”
A year after its creation, the Harvard Business School’s Gender Initiative—which aims to promote the advancement of women in business—has helped raise awareness of gender imbalance at the school, faculty members and students say.
Student-nominated speakers from each of Harvard’s 12 graduate schools presented TED-talk style mini-lectures at the 6th annual “Lectures that Last,” in front of a packed 830-person Memorial Church audience Saturday evening.