Arts & Humanities
Leading in Learning
On Saturday, October 26, The Harvard Campaign for Arts and Sciences celebrated its official launch. Dean Michael D. Smith delivered the Campaign Address focused on the importance of teaching and learning. As he says, "Like nowhere else in higher education, Harvard is exploring, innovating, experimenting, and leading change in how faculty teach, and how our students learn."
Harvard on Twitter
- Supernova blast provides clues to age of binary star system t.co/GeQptLUnOY t.co/QfK8oNP8HI
- Study explores whether studying music improves cognition among young children t.co/zOOxXsEnf7
- Investigating the theme of rivers, as both musical inspiration and a means of exploring cultural crossroads t.co/7yqRyWPIQR
DISCOVERY AT HARVARD
This video honors the many discoveries our students and faculty make each day—and the impact those discoveries have on individuals and the world. These personal stories highlight Harvard's special ability to create leaders, advance knowledge, improve learning, and inspire discovery.
Atop the Amazon Rainforest
Harvard Professor Scot Martin and Martin’s Ph.D. student Suzane Simões de Sá study how pristine air becomes polluted, and how that may change climate. They are part of a research project called GreenOceanAmazon2014 (GoAmazon2014), a collaboration among the U.S. Department of Energy and several Brazilian and other international partners.