Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
Investment gains and asset growth after a down year
Harvard Management Company earns 11.3 percent investment return, reversing prior-year result
Harvard’s fundraising leaders
Robust results yield strong year for portfolio managers; other salaries disclosed
Harvard reports a break-even 2012 in its annual financial report—and paints a stark picture of new fiscal realities.
Modestly stronger investment results at peer institutions
Harvard Management Company reports on a challenging year.
Early reports may preview more subdued Harvard investment returns
Shading the Yard, new digital Niemans, Brazil’s Harvard commitment, and more
University reports $639 million received in 2011—third highest total.
Schools continue to report favorable results—but those with capital campaigns can grow faster.
Endowment, growing faster than Harvard’s, rises 19.5 percent to $16.5 billion.
The Tigers top the Crimson (not to mention the Elis and the Cardinal).
A rate of return and endowment growth much higher than Harvard’s and Yale’s