Historian Drew Gilpin Faust '68 will shatter one of America's oldest glass ceilings when she becomes the first woman to lead Harvard University in the school's 371-year history. Her appointment as president was unanimously approved by Harvard's Board of Overseers on Sunday, Feb. 11, after a highly publicized, year-long search.
Sanja Jagesic knows about the frailty of justice in a harsh world. Born in wartorn Bosnia, she became a refugee at age 7, fleeing to Germany and eventually the United States through a relief program. MORE »
The opportunity to work for Gap, Inc., one of the world’s largest specialty retailers, happened by chance for Camille Palmer ’04. MORE »
When I learned science, it was through doing sets of experiments, like following recipes out of a cookbook,” recalls Dr. Cindy Norton, Endowed Professor in the Sciences at the St. Catherine University in Minnesota. MORE »