Harvard teaches sciences and law.
Harvard University does have a medical school.
no. Harvard can teach you lots of other things, not just law.
You needed to teach at Harvard for at least 8 years to teach elementry in the 1960s.
yes he did to Harvard
teach her to go to school
He graduated from Harvard Law School, where he was the editor of the Harvard Law Review. He then got a job as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Chicago, where he taught for twelve years.
Barack Obama did not teach at Harvard; he was a teaching assistant, which means he was helping a professor while studying for his degree (the professor he helped was a scholar named Professor Laurence Tribe). But after graduating from Harvard Law School, Mr. Obama did become a professor at the University of Chicago's law school, where he taught a number of courses but primarily focused on Constitutional Law.
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Harvard University, University of Florida, Cornell University, University of Michigan, University of Kansas, along with a few others teach herpetology
He was anglican
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the diary of a young girl by anne frank teach us about her life in hiding the terrors of being discovered and how did it feel to be Jewess in world war two during the halucust
rephrase the question: Frank didn't taught Rita anything, its "I'm educating rite what did Frank TEACH Rita" But my guess is that he taught her... education
john harvard did not build harvard university he funded money to harvard university
No, she is not dead. She was born in 1930 and is living.
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He does not seem to have taught any classes on his own, although he may have been a teaching assistant. We do know, for example, that he was a research assistant for one of Harvard's most influential law professors, Lawrence Tribe, and it is not unusual for such students to at times get called upon to teach in an undergraduate class. We also know he was the editor of the Harvard Law Review. But most of Mr. Obama's teaching occurred at the University of Chicago, where he taught law courses for twelve years.