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Official news from Harvard University covering innovation in teaching, learning, and research

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    Dean Michael D. Smith of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences announced that Jane Pickering has been named executive director of the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture.

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  • 02/11/13--11:16: A different take on Tut
  • French Egyptologist Marc Gabolde offered a different interpretation of the DNA evidence on King Tut’s lineage in a talk at Harvard’s Science Center.

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  • 09/25/13--09:50: The watchword is innovation
  • Innovation, whether it’s large, small, solo, or institutional, is an increasingly important part of Harvard, a university working to maintain its clearly defined sense of self and at the same time evolve to meet future needs.

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  • 10/21/13--14:57: The queen and the sculptor
  • French Egyptologist Alain Zivie, a visiting scholar at the Semitic Museum, told a Harvard audience of his discovery of the tomb of Thutmose, who he believes is the artist who created the iconic bust of Queen Nefertiti.

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    Bob Brier of Long Island University traced the history of “Egyptomania” in a Harvard talk.

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    Eleven Harvard undergraduates worked closely with Harvard faculty and administrators this summer as part of the Summer Humanities and Arts Research Program. The second-year program connects students seeking research opportunities in the arts and humanities with Harvard scholars and experts looking for help.

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    The Semitic Museum is sponsoring a free, docent-led tour of "The Houses of Ancient Israel: Domestic, Royal, Divine" on March 8 at 12:15 p.m.

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    On Saturday, Sept. 29, five Harvard University museums —the Harvard Art Museums, Harvard Museum of Natural History , Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, Semitic Museum, and the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments — will open their doors free of charge along with 1,400 other participating museums nationwide during the eighth annual Museum Day Live! […]

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    The exhibition “From Stone to Silicone” — the only exhibit of its kind in North America — features striking silicone replicas of millennia-old reliefs that preserve the history of present-day Iraq.

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    Harvard students have created a replica of the ‘Dream Stela’ that rests between the paws of the Great Sphinx in Giza.

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