юбилейная медаль Гарвардского университета
The Harvard Centennial Medal is an honor given by the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to recipients of graduate degrees from the School for their "contributions to society."
The Medal was established in 1989 on the 100th anniversary of the Graduate School's founding. Seven individuals were recognized for their achievements that year, and between two and four graduate degree recipients have been honored every year since then. Nominees are evaluated by university officials and alumni, and the winners are selected by the Harvard Corporation.
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award received: Harvard Centennial Medal16
book by Jeffrey Sachswd:Q5153502
nonfiction book by economist Jeffrey Sachswd:Q7732103
book by Paul Krugmanwd:Q7754659
Ending malaria deaths in Africa. ( 2007 )
scientific article published in October 2007
author: Jeffrey Sachs
Response to Amir Attaran ( 2005 )
Incorporating a rapid-impact package for neglected tropical diseases with programs for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria ( 2006 )
book by Zbigniew Brzezińskiwd:Q7443158