Rosovsky created Harvard College's Core Curriculum and founded Harvard's Center for Jewish Studies.
As Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Rosovsky led the Faculty Council.
In December 1977, Rosovsky turned down an offer to assume the top post at Yale University.
Rosovsky began his term as dean of Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences in September 1973.
At the annual meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association at Harvard University’s 2008 Commencement ceremonies, former University President Drew G. Faust spoke about the value of college endowments.
The Crimson Sackler supplement describes Arthur M. Sackler as a scientist who "believes in art."
A supplemental issue of The Harvard Crimson celebrates the opening of the Sackler Museum.
Women meet in the midst of the Harvard-Radcliffe merger.
Mary I. Bunting, President of Radcliffe College in 1969.
Gen. Colin L. Powell was the Commencement speaker for the Class of 1993.