Master’s in Public Policy candidates at the Harvard Kennedy School completed their Policy Analysis Exercises, addressing real-world problems for national and international clients.
Admission into the Kennedy School has grown slightly more competitive, with the acceptance rate falling to just under 20 percent this year.
Rima Khalaf, this semester’s visiting scholar at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Middle East Initiative, described poverty and human rights abuses ...
The formation of the Afghan Students Initiative at the Kennedy School last October has created a small but passionate community allowing students to share their concerns about their homeland.
Harvard Kennedy School has received a $5 million gift to create a new graduate fellowship fund, HKS officials announced Friday.
Harvard Kennedy School student Bob Overbeek announced last week that he plans to pursue the Republican nomination for Michigan’s third congressional district election in November.
Philip H. Gordon, the U.S. assistant secretary for the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, said Eastern Europe needs to be better integrated into NATO and the European Union in order to achieve regional stability.
Snow. Christmas. Finals. Caffeine abuse. It's that wonderful time of the year, where festive feelings and familiar traditions abound (maybe). ...
Smiling faces, a steaming meal, and Play-Doh greeted students who stayed on campus over the Thanksgiving holiday at a celebration of the season in Eliot Dining Hall last Thursday.
In anticipation of the issues that will be raised at the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, the Harvard Center for Health and the Global Environment (HCHGE) participated in a briefing last Friday on Capitol Hill.
Ethnic Studies has joined the growing list of secondary fields available to students.
Only 30 percent of American adults who have tried to obtain the H1N1 influenza vaccine were actually able to receive it, according to a recent Harvard School of Public Health survey.
An emergency “climate congress” charged with finding solutions to local environmental problems and recommending new government programs will convene in ...
<p>Penn State Geosciences Professor Richard B. Alley ended his presentation at yesterday’s Harvard climate change symposium with a grave warning.</p>
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