A blunt picture of universities’ altered circumstances—and a forecast of changed operations to come
The institutional master plan notification form Harvard filed in October 2012 no longer relies on debt-financing or unrealistic endowment payouts.
Assessing the University two years after changes in governance were introduced
A reporting change reflects the upheaval in Harvard’s finances.
Harvard divests the Arsenal on the Charles complex, in Watertown—once considered swing space in its ambitious Allston growth plans.
Harvard reports a break-even 2012 in its annual financial report—and paints a stark picture of new fiscal realities.
Glenn Hutchins ’77, J.D.-M.B.A. ’83, co-chair of FAS campaign, makes a $30-million gift.
Harvard and its largest union in protracted negotiations on wages and health benefits
In the dean’s annual report for 2012, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences achieves a budget goal—and sketches its ambitions
In a year of flat investment returns, the endowment declines as distributions support Harvard University operations
Dean Michael Smith’s annual report to the faculty
Modestly stronger investment results at peer institutions
Harvard Management Company reports on a challenging year.
Early reports may preview more subdued Harvard investment returns
In a fiscally constrained era, faculty-administration tensions arise.