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Harvard Business School

Archive-It Partner Since: Jun, 2013

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Harvard Business School is a leading international research institution on the creation and development of prominent global industries. HBS’s Baker Library Special Collections is home to one of the world’s most comprehensive and diverse collections of business history and allows global scholars to follow the trails of business history across companies, industries, individuals and movements. Additionally Special Collections’ HBS Archives record the history of the Harvard Business School from its founding in 1908 to the current day. Major components of the collection include the teaching files and research papers of HBS faculty as well as the official records of all administrative departments. Through its web archiving efforts, Special Collections is committed to documenting the legacy of business and HBS in the digital age.

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HBS Doctoral Programs

Archived since: Nov, 2015


The website provides an overview of the Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs including program overview, descriptions of current and former students, and the admissions process. Students in all the programs take two years of rigorous course work at HBS, at various Harvard departments as well as at MIT. Both the DBA and PhD programs serve to train students in terms of the most cutting edge academic research methods and put them on a path toward becoming scholars in business academia.

Note that the links to the Featured Students/Faculty Publications on the home page are re-directed to the HBS Faculty & Research website. For more complete descriptions of the publications please see the archived HBS Faculty & Research Collection.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Doctoral students Education, Higher


Archived since: Aug, 2015


The MBA program at Harvard Business School is a two year program focused on in-depth case-method learning and a hands-on Field Immersion Experiences for Learning Development (FIELD). The website describes the academic experience, student life, career paths, and admissions into the program.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Education, Higher Business administration, Master of Case method

HBS New Venture Competition Twitter

Archived since: Apr, 2016


The New Venture Competition is an annual student competition sponsored by Harvard Business School's Rock Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise Initiative. The twitter feed, which dates back to its inception in April 2011, captures the competition as it unfolds.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Education, Higher Research Harvard Business School -- Competitions.

HBS Student Club Websites

Archived since: Jan, 2016


This collection preserves websites used to promote and inform Harvard Business School student clubs. These websites generally contain description of the club and activities, roster of officers, calendar of events, reports on activities and conferences, photographs, and blog posts.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Harvard Business School -- Students -- Societies, etc. Business education Harvard Business School Student Association

Harbus News

Archived since: Jun, 2017


The Harbus is the independent, non-profit news organization of Harvard Business School.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration -- Periodicals.

Institutional Memory

Archived since: Apr, 2015


The Institutional Memory website tells the story of HBS over the past 100 years with video narratives from faculty, staff, students, and generations of alumni, accompanied by a gallery of historical photos and an interactive timeline. The multimedia experience Inquiry & Innovation: 1908-2008, deeply explores the founding of the School based on authoritative texts, including A Delicate Experiment.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Education, Higher History, 20th Century

MBA Portrait Project

Archived since: Jul, 2015


Each year a handful of graduating MBA students are asked a straightforward, simple question taken from the last lines of a poem by Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Mary Oliver. The websites shares intimate and candid responses to this question, Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Business administration, Master of

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