The WGS community celebrates the life of Ruth Hubbard, the first woman tenured in Biology at Harvard and a pioneer in feminist studies of biology, who passed away earlier this month. Read more about In Memory of Ruth Hubbard
WGS's undergraduate advisers, Caroline Light and Linda Schlossberg, and WGS's graduate adviser, Mari Ruti, will be holding additional office hours during shopping week. Please see our Hours page for the full schedule.
WGS director of studies Caroline Light spoke to the Washington Postabout the historical roots of the phrase “nasty woman” following Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s use of the term to refer to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in this week’s presidential debate.
Seven members of WGS's instructional staff have received Spring 2016 teaching certificates from Harvard's Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. Certificate recipients achieve an overall rating of 4.50 or above on the 5-point course evaluation scale, with 5 or more responses. Read more about WGS Faculty, TFs Win Teaching Honors