Harvard President Claudine Gay apologized for failing to more strongly denounce threats of antisemitic violence during congressional testimony that has received widespread backlash. Why it matters ...
But if the stories of Claudine Gay, Ketanji Brown Jackson, and Nikole Hannah-Jones can teach us anything, it’s that it doesn’t matter how much you know, how much you’ve achieved, or how far ...
Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. I write about systemic racism, philanthropy, HBCUs & faculty. The case of Gay’s resignation is a complex one. Racism played a part as ...
Embattled Harvard President Claudine Gay will stay in office ... ‘Words Matter’: Harvard President Apologizes Amid Antisemitism Testimony Backlash (Forbes) Harvard President Hits Back After ...
The focus of my immediate ire is the Claudine Gay scandal. I read an article to figure out just what was happening with her plagiarism allegations. My initial suspicion was that this was a witch ...
Harvard announced on Tuesday that university president Claudine Gay will remain in ... including an apology from Gay. "I am sorry," Gay told The Harvard Crimson on Thursday.
Harvard president Claudine Gay resigned from her post in January following a statement she made on Hamas’ October 7 attack on Israel. In a statement, signed by Ms Gay and 17 other Harvard ...
Claudine Gay announced her resignation as Harvard’s president on Tuesday following accusations of plagiarism in her academic works. “It has become clear that it is in the best interests of Harvard for ...
But with new software at their disposal and a trove of unscrutinized scholarship to dive into, the plagiarism allegations against Claudine Gay had opened up a new frontier. Interim President Alan ...
The latter ignited a firestorm for the school and former President Claudine Gay. Gay had condemned the “barbaric atrocities perpetrated by Hamas,” but faced intense scrutiny for not ...
“Dr. Gay’s journey is a profile in grace and courage that has left an indelible mark on this institution. Her legacy within our community cannot be understated,” Hall said.
Then-Edgerley Family Dean of Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences Claudine Gay addresses an audience during commencement ceremonies, May 25, 2023, on the school's campus in Cambridge ...