The Hypocrites' bring their award-winning and audience favorite production from their native Chicago. An eighty-minute exotic excursion featuring bathing beauties, philosophizing pirates, and grown men in remarkably short shorts! Warning: If you want boring, stay away; this experience will cause immense joy and the compulsion to spontaneously sing along. Come ashore with the "Very Model of A Modern Major General," the Pirate King, and a banjo-picking Mabel. The show features beach balls, sunshine (the artificial kind), and tons of fun music.
As you may have heard, the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) will be hosting its 2nd annual, university-wide conference on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at the Harvard Science Center and newly-constructed Plaza.
This is a great opportunity to meet faculty from across the university.
Harvard colleagues on the program include Dan Gilbert, Francis Frei, Julio Frenk, Bob Kegan, Nan Keohane, Andrew Ho, Diane Paulus, Jennifer Roberts, and Jonathan Walton. President Faust and Provost Garber will offer remarks and Hauser grant and HILT...
Join Senior Vice Provost Judy Singer and other junior faculty colleagues from across the University during Reading Period to celebrate the end of the academic year and the start of summer. Take a moment to share your accomplishments and common experiences with colleagues over drinks and appetizers at the Harvard Faculty Club. Guests are welcome too!
Celebrating the Impact of New Ideas and New Discoveries
Please join Provost Alan Garber, FAS Dean Mike Smith, and GSAS Dean Xiao-Li Meng at Sanders Theatre as the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences celebrates the power of new ideas — and the talent and innovation of the scholars who are generating them.
The Harvard Horizons Symposium
Featuring short talks by the inaugural Horizon Scholars, eight PhD...
Pick up any guide to effective writing, and what will you find? Probably some version of the same advice that Strunk and White offered in the 1950s: engage your reader’s attention through examples, illustrations, and anecdotes; use clear, precise language to express complex ideas; avoid obfuscating jargon; vary your vocabulary, sentence length, and frames of reference; favor active verbs and concrete nouns; write with conviction, passion, and verve. Pick up a peer-reviewed journal in just about any academic discipline, and what will you find?...