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Access to Harvard : a portrait of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences.

Author: Philip Parsons; Harvard University. Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Development Office.; Harvard University. Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Planning Office.; Stone Circle Productions.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : FAS Planning Office, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : CD for computer : English
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Uses slide shows with voice-over narrations by Harvard faculty, students, and alumni/ae to present an overview of Harvard College and the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.
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Genre/Form: Databases
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Parsons; Harvard University. Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Development Office.; Harvard University. Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Planning Office.; Stone Circle Productions.
OCLC Number: 34661017
Notes: Title from title screen; subtitle from disc label.
"Project conceived and directed by Philip Parsons with funding and support from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Development Office, Harvard University"--Credits screen.
"Produced by members of the FAS Planning Office with the help of Stone Circle Productions"--Container.
Description: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in + troubleshooting intructions (1 leaf)
Details: Macintosh: 8 MB RAM; System 6.0 or higher; 13" RGB color monitor; 2x CD-ROM drive.; PC: 486-SX or greater; 8MB RAM; Windows 3/1 or higher; SVGA ographics; 2x CD-ROM drive; sound card; mouse.
Contents: Introduction --
A commitment to undergraduate education --
Teachers at Harvard --
Admissions & financial aid --
Unique resources for learning --
Building an academic community --
The humanities --
The social sciences --
The sciences --
The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences --
The environment --
House life --
Athletics --
The arts.
Other Titles: Portrait of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences

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Uses slide shows with voice-over narrations by Harvard faculty, students, and alumni/ae to present an overview of Harvard College and the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.

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