As announced in June, employees using TAP for graduate-credit courses may be subject to taxes on tuition benefits exceeding $5,250 per year if the coursework is not job-related per the IRS standard. Harvard is offering a temporary Transitional TAP Fund to assist with these taxes. Learn more about the taxes here and find the...
Thursday, September 12, 2019, 4:30pm to 6:00pm. To mark the United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages, participate in a discussion about revitalizing languages and creating strong multilingual identities. Arrive early and visit the Peabody Museum. Educators enter free-of-charge with a K–12 Massachusetts teacher ID.*... Read more about Maintaining Heritage Languages in Our Communities
Stop by the Farmers' Market at Harvard every Tuesday between 12pm-1pm to hear live musical performances from students of the Berklee College of Music. Presenting music across a broad range of styles and genres with different artists each week, this series is free and open to all!... Read more about Berklee Summer in the City Series
The Caterpillar Lab, from Keene, NH, comes to the Arnold Arboretum for 5 days of astonishing exhibits. Explore the amazing world of caterpillars on a whole new level.There will be live caterpillars, cocoons, hatched eggs, shed skins and much more. Visitors of all ages will be amazed For more information and to contact us email email@example.com or call 617.384.5209.
Families need nature at all times of the year! Meet inside the main gate at the Visitor Center. We’ll visit a nearby forest inside the Arboretum and learn what plants and animals live there. Play with forest puppets, get a tattoo, and read a StoryWalk ®. Free and open to all, most suitable for children ages four through ten.... Read more about Family Hike: The Forest is Calling
As summer returns, so too does the Farmers’ Market at Harvard, which runs on Tuesday from mid-June through November (Noon-6pm). For the 2019 season, the Market will run June 11 through November 26.... Read more about Farmer's Market at Harvard
There are more than 5 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s disease and more than 15 million family caregivers who help them in the U.S. Within the next 10 years, that number is projected to increase by 40 percent.