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The act of generosity that renamed our School this past September is an astonishingly bold gesture. The unsolicited $350 million endowment—spearheaded by our distinguished alumnus, Gerald Chan, SM ’75, SD ’79, from his family’s Morningside Foundation—is the largest gift in the history of Harvard University and one of the largest ever in the history of higher education
On a clear day, the air outside Anthony Cortese’s office in downtown Boston is filled with the unmistakable smell of the ocean—a pungent, brinelike perfume that hangs in the morning air.
Assistant Professor Jessica Cohen is bringing a behavioral economics perspective to public health interventions in Africa.
Anthony Covarrubias, PhD ’15, grew up in a working-class neighborhood in South Los Angeles.