Six Female Professors Awarded Order of Australia

The University of Sydney
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Hala Zreiqat. Photo by Tim LlewellynHala Zreiqat. Photo by Tim Llewellyn

For significant service to biomedical engineering, and to research councils, Professor Hala Zreiqat was recognized as a Member in the General Division.

Year in Review

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin shares a few highlights from her first year as dean of the Radcliffe Institute.

Food and Justice with a Side of Nostalgia

Harvard Gazette
Thursday, June 6, 2019
Visitors jotted down their food memories and clipped them to a line at Radcliffe's Marketplace of Ideas. Photo by Melissa Blackall/Radcliffe InstituteVisitors jotted down their food memories and clipped them to a line at Radcliffe's Marketplace of Ideas. Photo by Melissa Blackall/Radcliffe Institute

Radcliffe’s Marketplace of Ideas entwines memories of family and friendship with activism.

Uncovering an Ancient World

Harvard Gazette
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Radcliffe scholar Tuna ?are-A?t?rk is writing a book on the history of Nicomedia as the forerunner of Constantinople. Photo by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff PhotographerRadcliffe scholar Tuna ?are-A?t?rk is writing a book on the history of Nicomedia as the forerunner of Constantinople. Photo by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff Photographer

Radcliffe fellow Tuna Şare-Ağtürk heads a team helping to preserve the ancient city of Nicomedia in modern-day Turkey.

Dolores Huerta Receives Radcliffe Medal

Harvard Gazette
Friday, May 31, 2019
Dolores Huerta (center) is given a standing ovation from the audience. Photo by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff PhotographerDolores Huerta (center) is given a standing ovation from the audience. Photo by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer

The Institute honors the labor and civil rights activist for her six decades of fighting for marginalized peoples and communities.

Dolores Huerta on the Power to Change

Harvard Magazine
Friday, May 31, 2019
In a conversation with Soledad O'Brien '88, Dolores Huerta discussed activism's past, present, and future. Photo by Tony RinaldoIn a conversation with Soledad O'Brien '88, Dolores Huerta discussed activism's past, present, and future. Photo by Tony Rinaldo

Radcliffe Medalist Dolores Huerta has spent her life helping people realize that they have power. 

Arriving Self-Sufficient, Leaving Prepared

Harvard Gazette
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Adele Woodmansee, a three-time Radcliffe Research Partner, will graduate with a joint concentration in integrative biology and social anthropology. Photo by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff PhotographerAdele Woodmansee, a three-time Radcliffe Research Partner, will graduate with a joint concentration in integrative biology and social anthropology. Photo by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff Photographer

On historical trails, trailblazing research, languages, and music, three-time Radcliffe Research Partner Adele Woodmansee '19 makes her way with confidence.

Tony Horwitz, Prize-Winning Journalist and Author, Dies at 60

The New York Times
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Tony Horwitz in 2005, while he was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute. Photo by Tony RinaldoTony Horwitz in 2005, while he was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute. Photo by Tony Rinaldo

Tony Horwitz RI '06, the best-selling author, was known for embedding himself in the worlds he wrote about, whether joining a slaughterhouse assembly line or an army of Confederate battlefield re-enactors.

SMFA’s Anthony Romero Named Radcliffe Fellow

TuftsNow
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Sound becomes "an extension of indigenous bodies and bodies of color," said Anthony Romero. Photo by Alonso Nichols/Tufts UniversitySound becomes "an extension of indigenous bodies and bodies of color," said Anthony Romero. Photo by Alonso Nichols/Tufts University

The artist and writer will work on a collaborative project to create performances, sound pieces, and sculptures.

Senior Profile: Noemi Valdez

Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Applied math concentrator Noemi Valdez, A.B. '19, was born in Mexico, and plans to someday pursue a career in academia so she can help other immigrants have a smoother path into STEM. Photo by Eliza Grinnell/SEAS CommunicationsApplied math concentrator Noemi Valdez, A.B. '19, was born in Mexico, and plans to someday pursue a career in academia so she can help other immigrants have a smoother path into STEM. Photo by Eliza Grinnell/SEAS Communications

This Mexican-born Harvard College applied math concentrator and Radcliffe Research Partner wants to help fellow immigrants have a smoother path into STEM.

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