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Leaders in the field of navigation, including Donner Professor of Science John Huth, converged on Radcliffe's annual science symposium to discuss findings in everything from brain science to animal navigation to the psychology of how a lost person behaves—which can give rescuers important cues about where to look.
Harvard, including the Radcliffe Institute, works closely with the City of Boston's Office of New Urban Mechanics to help improve the lives of citizens.
Like no other time since World War II, foreign academics and students are being forcibly displaced due to violence and political persecution. Following are stories of one scholar —an Albanian writer living in Greece, Gazmend Kapllani, who was also a Radcliffe fellow in 2013. The stories demonstrate the growing threats to dissident intellectuals around the world.
At the Radcliffe Institute, ACLU's Carol Rose discussed women's rights, arguing that court case rulings have been unfavorable for women in recent years.