April 28, 2011
With collections that range from ancient papyri to e-journals that publish the latest scientific findings, navigating Harvard’s libraries can be daunting for even the most experienced researcher. But you’re not alone. Harvard’s librarians — experts... Read More
March 30, 2011
When he was 15, his mother joined the Army, and he lived at military bases across the country before returning to his hometown, Santa Fe, NM, for his senior year of high school. After graduating, Ita, now a second-year PhD candidate in virology ,... Read More
March 15, 2011
Harvard faculty and administrators led the students on tours of labs in Astronomy , Psychology , Organismic and Evolutionary Biology , Molecular and Cellular Biology , Systems Biology, Biological Sciences in Public Health , Physics , Chemistry , and... Read More
March 3, 2011
SITN produces a bi-monthly e-newsletter and a popular fall seminar series that look beyond the media reports to delve more deeply into modern science, discussing issues of broad importance to our wellbeing and understanding of the world. “The amount... Read More
February 2, 2011
January 27, 2011
Imagine that you are listening to your favorite professor, or your favorite film actor, or even your favorite singer. What are they doing to keep you interested, and how can you achieve his or her level of persuasiveness in your own public... Read More
October 26, 2010
Poulson-Bryant is a founding editor of Vibe magazine and the author of Hung: A Meditation on the Measure of Black Men in America (Doubleday, 2006) and the forthcoming novel The VIPs, due next year from Random House. We asked for answers to the same... Read More
October 6, 2010
Boosting diversity sounds relatively straightforward: Encourage the most talented minority students in the country to apply to Harvard, ensure that they’re carefully considered for acceptance, and — once accepted — convince them to come. But Thomas... Read More