New Article Post: How Harvard’s First Woman President Quietly Changed an Institution Older Than America

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Drew Faust, Harvard’s 28th president, will step down on June 30, 2018. Faust is an acclaimed author and historian of the Civil War and the American South, and the first woman to lead the University. I was at Harvard when she became President amidst the backdrop of the turmoil created by her predecessor Larry Summers. Her quiet and steadfast leadership style settled an administration in turmoil and focused all resources on the success of Harvard’s legacy — the students.
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