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Attracting and Supporting Talent

We must attract and support the most talented students and faculty and provide them with the resources to do their best work. We must sustain the remarkable community of researchers, teachers, and learners, who are the heart and the engine of all we aspire to be and to do.

Aspiration in Action

Incoming dean, rising School

Frank Doyle, who will lead the rapidly growing Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, speaks about what attracted him to Harvard.

A MacArthur for Math Professor

Jacob Lurie AB ’00 wins ‘genius grant’ for his work on derived algebraic geometry.

Gaining traction

James Ryan, dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) and the Charles William Eliot Professor of Education, reviews his first year at HGSE and charts next steps.

Five named Harvard College professors

Annual honors recognize excellence in undergraduate teaching.

Melissa Franklin’s Experimental Zeal

The Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics at Harvard has had a career of firsts.

Ways to Support

To achieve our aspirations, Harvard will build on strengths across the University. There have never been more great ideas, great thinkers, or great opportunities worthy of your support. Below are just a few examples.

Undergraduate Financial Aid

Provide financial aid to support outstanding undergraduates at Harvard College.

Graduate Student Financial Aid

Establish a University-wide graduate fellowship for a student who would not otherwise be able to attend Harvard.

Faculty Support

Establish a professorship and dedicated research fund for a scholar addressing pressing interdisciplinary challenges.

Contact us for more information on how you can get involved.

University Development Office