Top Social Posts of 2023
We take a look back at the top HBS social posts of 2023.
20 Dec 2023  


We celebrated Nitin Nohria, the tenth Dean of Harvard Business School (2010-2020). With prior roles as co-chair of the Leadership Initiative, senior associate dean of faculty development, and head of the Organizational Behavior Unit, Nohria's contributions are now commemorated with a portrait painted by Stephen Coit (MBA 1977), joining those of his esteemed predecessors at Baker Library. Coit, who attended both Harvard College and HBS, has contributed over 26 portraits to the Harvard community. See the post.


Congratulations, #HBS2023! 🎉 At Commencement, MBA and Doctoral graduates listened to Dean Datar's words of inspiration and celebrated their achievements with classmates, faculty, family, and friends. See the post.


.@MercedesAMGF1 team principal Toto Wolff was a surprise guest at the Summer Venture in Management Program! Wolff was also recently named as an HBS Executive Fellow and we’re excited to welcome him back to the classroom as a guest lecturer this fall. See the post.


We always love getting a visit from Sasha, Harvard University Police Department's Community Engagement Dog! 🎃

@sasha_hupd is a Labrador Retriever who graduated from the Puppies Behind Bars program. She is the Department’s first Community Engagement Dog and is tasked with bringing comfort and support to students, faculty, and staff across the Harvard University community.

In her role, she and her partner, Officer Steve Fumicello, strive to spread joy and happiness through community engagement to promote health and wellness on campus. Sasha is trained to the level of a service dog and received over 10,000 hours of socialization. Through pet therapy, Sasha can assist community members with anxiety, stress relief, mental health challenges, bereavement support, or feelings of homesickness. See the post.


We asked Dean Srikant Datar: what’s one thing not a lot of people know about you? (Hint: 🎹🎶) #harvardbusinessschool #harvard #educationtiktok #fyp. See the post.


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