The University responds to faculty criticism of health-insurance changes.
A University financial surplus, but tensions over reductions in employee health benefits
From the capital campaign to strategic priorities: a Harvard Corporation perspective on the institution at year-end
President Faust defends benefits changes to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences—and offers some concessions.
Former Microsoft CEO supports 50 percent increase in faculty ranks.
Mining Harvard’s fiscal year 2014 report for nuggets on employee benefits, financial aid, and more
Arts and Sciences professors condemn and vote against changes in health benefits.
At the Arts and Sciences meeting, objections to monitoring of students—and changes in health benefits
Led school during period of rapid growth—and huge ambitions
Drew Faust addresses the value of higher education
Harvard College plans a theater, dance, and media concentration.
Further dialogue on campus, and climate-change actions elsewhere
A transformative endowment gift from Gerald L. Chan and family
Robust capital-campaign fundraising, plus Design and Education School launch events
Beginning the semester with Freshman Convocation, Morning Prayers, a learning and teaching conference, and cuts in employee benefits