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At age 89, Professor Helen Vendler, PhD '60, reflects on the poetic form, its ability to confer a kind of immortality, and why she calls herself a critic rather than a scholar.
The 2022 Centennial Medalists include a scholar of American culture, a human rights advocate, a biotech pioneer, and a mathematician and free-speech advocate.
In the years to come, Raj Chetty, PhD '03, hopes to make it possible for some families to change the trajectory of their children’s lives by changing where they live.
Nabiha Saklayen, PhD '17, hopes to combine laser physics, optical imaging, machine learning, robotics, and biology to dramatically lower the cost of stem cell therapies—and bring them to scale.
At GSAS, Ralph Bunche, PhD '34, studied imperialism up close. Then he spent his life trying to dismantle it.
New Testament scholar Elaine Pagels, PhD ’70, on the sudden and losses of her son and husband and her search for meaning in their wake.