Sharlene E. Santana, Associate Professor, University of Washington and Curator of Mammals, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, will present "Why Are Bats So Diverse? Integrating Macroevolutionary and Ecomorphological Studies to Understand the Bat Radiation."... Read more about OEB Seminar
Researchers across Harvard will discuss the current state of mobility in their respective field and identify the future of research and teaching in higher education, aiming to share and understand the current situation in mobility across various fields and find potential areas for strategic collaborations.
Meng Gao, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University; Associate, Harvard-China Project, will present "The Essential Role of Vertical Profile Observations of Atmospheric Composition in China."... Read more about HCP Research Seminar
The Center for the Environment’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fund provides financial support for student research projects related to the environment. In the context of this program, 'environment' refers to understanding the relationships and balances of the natural and constructed world around us, with a particular emphasis on understanding how anthropogenic activities and policies affect the environment, including the intimate relationships between energy use and demand, environmental integrity and quality, human health, and climate change.... Read more about Summer Undergraduate Research Fund
"Harvard is committed to fostering the development of talented scholars with an interest in environmental research. The Environmental Fellows at Harvard work with some of the University's leading faculty, creating linkages across research disciplines and professional schools, and benefit from all that Harvard has to offer."
—Dan Schrag, Director Harvard University Center for the Environment
The Harvard University Center for the Environment extends a warm welcome to the 2021 class of Environmental Fellows: Hélène Benveniste,...
Houghton Library & Harvard Review present Researchers in Conversation. Join Heather Cole, author of "Theodore Roosevelt: A Descriptive Bibliography", and David Gessner, author of "Leave It As It Is: A Journey Through Theodore Roosevelt's American Wilderness", as they discuss Theodore Roosevelt's modern legacy and what it was like to work with the Roosevelt Collections at Houghton Library. Session will be recorded and conversation will be followed by a Q&A.... Read more about Theodore Roosevelt: Writer and Conservationist
The first female full professor of chemistry, whose research could help increase the efficiency of many industrial processes while decreasing the production of wasteful and harmful byproducts... Read more about Profile of Cynthia Friend