It's one thing to apply, be accepted to, and attend Harvard. It's another to do that while writing a successful book and helping shift the public discourse around health care. Read more about Ready to Change the World
Harvard owes its existence to the study of religion. In 1636, endeavoring to assure that the next generation of ministers in the fledging American colonies were properly educated, the "Great and General Court of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England" approved the establishment of a college that would soon be known as Harvard.