When HDS student Lauren Taylor and Yale Professor Elizabeth Bradley published The American Healthcare Paradox in 2013, policy makers and public health scholars praised their work. Read more about Taylor Made for HDS
Learn from your classmates, practice joy and gratitude, and venture out. That's some of the wisdom members of the HDS community have to share with the 136 incoming students who started their orientation this week. Read more about Sage Advice
When describing himself and his academic studies, doctoral student Axel Takács makes a certain, subtle distinction: "I don't want to say I study comparative theology," he says. "To say that I am studying to become a comparative theologian is a better way to look at it."
Brooke Davis received a master of theological studies degree from HDS and a master of public policy degree from Harvard Kennedy School on May 29. In a short Q&A, she discusses the value of her HDS education and the ways in which her experiences at Harvard have helped to shape her life.