Members of the Harvard community talk about their favorite spots on campus

Tuesday, May 28, 2019 - 21:14 in Psychology & Sociology

  Video by Justin Saglio/Harvard Staff Harvard Forest David Foster Director, Harvard Forest The walk-up tower in the center of the Harvard Forest’s 4,000-acre laboratory and classroom [in Petersham] provides the perfect venue to advance our mission of research, education, and outreach. The ever-changing views across vast forests to Mount Monadnock and four New England states also yield a constant reminder of the opportunity and need to conserve this remarkable landscape for the benefit of both nature and society. Kris Snibbe/Harvard file photo Smith Campus Center Curtis T. Keith Chief scientific officer, Blavatnik Biomedical Accelerator at Harvard University I work in the Smith Campus Center, and I’ve been trying out the many great spaces there. I think they did a great job [in reimagining the space]. I especially like having coffee in the second-floor seating area at the front of the building, looking out onto the plaza in front of the center, the whole...

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