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The University plans to build a new childcare facility in Allston, the first expansion in decades, brought in large part by pressure from SEAS professors.
What makes him memorable is the unbridled, effervescent energy that follows in the wake of his takeoff. The pajamas also help.
In the past year alone, SEAS has helped three affinity groups—the National Society of Black Engineers, the Society of Women Engineers, and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers—establish chapters at Harvard.
He had gone on date after date, shifting from Tinder to Grindr to Bumble and back, but the connections all felt “shoddy.”
Several faculty members on a committee advising the presidential search team suggested Lawrence S. Bacow for the top job.
Faculty across disciplines praised incoming University President Lawrence S. Bacow following the Sunday announcement he will succeed current President Drew G. Faust.
Lawrence S. Bacow will become the 29th president of the country’s oldest University at a time when higher education is under siege.
You become the shuttle; It is you. But wait! Which shuttle is it? Which shuttle are you? Which shuttle will you be?
The number of sophomore concentrators and the total number of SEAS concentrators are both record-highs for the school, according to SEAS spokesperson Paul Karoff.
The installation is the brainchild of David A. Edwards, a professor of idea translation in SEAS, and his teaching fellow Alen Agaronov, a doctoral student in the School of Public Health.
Seltzer has taught at Harvard since 1992; in 2000, she became the one of the first female junior faculty members at Harvard to receive internal tenure in Computer Science.
Harvard affiliates called for greater student and alumni involvement in the search for the University’s next president at a panel discussion Tuesday.
A group of professors from across the University is leading the search for a successor for James E. Ryan, the Dean of the Graduate School of Education.
Now, at a time when Harvard is increasingly wading into politics, Mathews is taking her expertise in policy to the Harvard presidential search.
At 46, Palandjian is the youngest member of the search committee and one of just three members of the Board of Overseers on it.