Excellence is inclusive.
We work across Harvard to create capacity, build community,
and spark innovation in support of antiracist
and inclusive initiatives to ensure that this is a place where everyone can thrive.
In Our Own Words
The Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff (AHAAAFS) presented "In Our Own Words: Stories of Asian America" at a special live event this past Sunday, May 1st at 12 P.M. ET, Lowell Lecture Hall. This event kicks off Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a compelling storytelling hour.
Where Everyone Can Thrive
Harvard University is committed to fostering a campus culture where everyone can thrive, a key to which is ensuring that we each experience a profound sense of inclusion and belonging.
To that end, as a reminder, our established core values are as follows:
Harvard community members are encouraged to always model our values of inclusion and excellence no matter where they are. Especially during difficult and uncertain times — whether locally, nationally, or internationally— let us always choose empathy and kindness, while rejecting hate and honoring the rights, differences, and dignity of others.
What is Inclusive Excellence?
A community that draws on the widest possible pool of talent to unify excellence and diversity. One that fully embraces individuals from varied backgrounds, cultures, races, identities, life experiences, perspectives, beliefs, and values.