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|About||The Radcliffe Institute is dedicated to creating and sharing transformative ideas across the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences.|
|Mission||The mission of the Radcliffe Institute is to create an academic community where individuals can pursue advanced work in any of the academic disciplines, professions, or creative arts. Within that broad purpose, it sustains a continuing commitment to the study of women, gender, and society.|
Embodying the highest values of inquiry, learning, and creativity, the Radcliffe Institute is an integral part of Harvard University. It enriches the University’s intellectual life by creating links between its fellows and Harvard schools and departments and by making its broad range of lectures and conferences—as well as its research and learning opportunities—available to students and faculty at Harvard and beyond.
A robust public programming agenda allows the Institute to reach beyond its walls and share its riches, whether collections, programs, or the work of faculty and fellows. Harvard undergraduate and graduate students may take advantage of several programs at the Institute, including fellowships, grants, and the Radcliffe Research Partnership program.
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