December 10, 2018
Sara Schechner, PhD '88, shares her love of scientific material culture as the David P. Wheatland Curator of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments at Harvard.Read More
December 5, 2018
Pamela Hieronymi, PhD ’00, in philosophy, consults for the NBC sitcom, The Good Place.Read More
November 20, 2018
Imani Perry, JD/PhD '00, talks about her new biography of Lorraine Hansberry, Looking for Lorraine.Read More
October 31, 2018
Why aren't there T-Rex-sized creatures roaming the streets of New York and Tokyo?Read More
October 11, 2018
Citing their “exceptional creativity,” the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has awarded three GSAS alumni with MacArthur Foundation Fellowships: Clifford Brangwynne, PhD ’07, applied physics; Kristina Olson, PhD ’08, psychology; and... Read More
October 3, 2018
Matthew Hayek, PhD '17 in environmental science and engineering, doesn’t have beef with the cattle industry—he just wants people to understand the environmental impact of the grass-fed burger on the menu at their favorite gastropub.Read More
August 14, 2018
Featured Review A Language the Land Is Inventing (WorldTech Editions, 2017) is a collection of poems by Ann Philips (AM ’73, Slavic Languages & Literatures). Philips explores themes that range from family and identity to the infirmities of old... Read More
August 13, 2018
Earlier this year, Facebook feeds filled with selfies alongside works of art, matched through the Google Arts and Culture app. While many enjoyed connecting themselves to famous portraits by Renoir or Rembrandt, others raised privacy concerns,... Read More
August 7, 2018
The research of Leah Aronowsky, a historian of science, often revolves around one question: “How do scientists obtain knowledge of environmental phenomena that unfold on the scale of the entire planet?” Aronowsky is currently a Mellon... Read More
August 6, 2018
A few years before Freddie Gray’s death, Samantha Hawkins walked past a corner store near a Baltimore neighborhood center where she’d been volunteering. Overnight, in an impromptu memorial to a victim of violence, someone had spray-... Read More

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