01 Mar 2018
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The Evolving HBS Campus


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Pictured from left: SEAS Dean Frank Doyle, HBS Dean Nitin Nohria, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Harvard Executive Vice President Katie Lapp, John Paulson (MBA 1980), Harvard Provost Alan Garber, and Harvard President Drew Faust (photo by Rose Lincoln)

Pictured from left: SEAS Dean Frank Doyle, HBS Dean Nitin Nohria, Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Harvard Executive Vice President Katie Lapp, John Paulson (MBA 1980), Harvard Provost Alan Garber, and Harvard President Drew Faust (photo by Rose Lincoln)

In November, the Harvard community, the Turner Construction team, Allston residents, and local civic leaders gathered for a “topping-off” ceremony to mark the occasion of the highest steel beam going into place on Harvard’s future Science and Engineering Complex. The 500,000-square-foot facility will be the newest addition to the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), adjacent to the HBS campus.

“Finding effective solutions to the most daunting challenges calls for thinking across the boundaries of disciplines.”

Dean Nitin Nohria

 
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