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Some Harvard professors will hold classes online during the first week of the spring semester, citing Covid-19 concerns.
Harvard Anthropology Prof. John Comaroff Placed on Leave Following Sexual Harassment, Professional Misconduct Inquiries
Harvard Anthropology and African and African-American Studies professor John L. Comaroff was placed on unpaid administrative leave Thursday after University investigations found that he violated the school’s sexual harassment and professional conduct policies.
Harvard is not obligated to pay the legal fees of convicted Chemistry professor Charles M. Lieber, Massachusetts’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday.
The union representing Harvard’s custodial workers reached a four-year tentative agreement for a contract with the University Friday, securing wage increases.
Harvard custodians and security guards held a rally on Nov. 30 to demand higher wage increases from the University. The custodians reached a tentative agreement with Harvard on Friday.
Although there are several bike lanes around Harvard Yard, there is still much conflict between bikers, cars, and pedestrians.
Harvard Library conservation technician Katherine Westermann Gray has returned to in-person work after more than a year-and-a-half at home. Other clerical and technical workers have adopted a range of hybrid or remote work arrangements.
Harvard’s more than 5,000 unionized clerical and technical workers have faced different transitions back to working on campus. Juggling health guidelines as well as employees’ needs and preferences, many departments switched — temporarily or permanently — to hybrid arrangements.
More than 80 custodians, security guards, local officials, and union supporters marched in Harvard Yard Tuesday to demand higher wage increases from the University.
More than 80 custodians, security officers, and their supporters marched on Massachusetts Avenue Tuesday in support of raises in their next contract with the University.
Harvard’s graduate student union ratified a four-year contract with the University in a vote that ended Saturday, with 70.6 percent of voters in support.
Harvard graduate student union members remain split ahead of the vote on whether to ratify the tentative contract agreement reached Monday.