For more than a century, Harvard has famously lived by the maxim "Every tub on its own bottom." But now there is a new byword at the University--collaboration--and Harvard's new website development unit, Harvard Web Publishing, is a model example.
A new web-based, mobile friendly, application developed by Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT) is making life a lot easier for Harvard's 300 frontline gift officers.
The mobile Contact Report Management application, which rolled out to Alumni Affairs & Development on November, 3, 2013, greatly increases gift officers’ access to prospect information while traveling. It's a
From groundbreaking scientific discoveries to artistic efforts that inspire the world, Harvard faculty and researchers are always creating--and looking for the funding to do it.
Harvard relies on millions of dollars in federal grants each year to fund projects. Each grant requires "effort reporting," a federally-mandated process of certifying all salaries charged to federal awards. Until recently, much of the effort reporting process was paper-based and prone to error. Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT) is collaborating with other University departments in rolling out