The University, still adjusting to the financial crisis, incurs a $130-million deficit and pursues both savings and new revenues.
Lessened endowment funding, pressure on tuition, and remaining deficits
Expenses outpace revenue growth as the University continues to adapt financially.
Dean Michael D. Smith presents his draft annual report: budget, faculty growth, 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.
The dean’s annual message touches on budget, faculty searches, pedagogy, and more.
Endowments at Yale, MIT, Duke, and Cornell rebound in the latest fiscal year.
Endowment, growing faster than Harvard’s, rises 19.5 percent to $16.5 billion.
A “strong” investment performance in a year of robust markets—but with warnings about current conditions
The annual disclosure of compensation at Harvard Management Company
Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Michael D. Smith reports a smaller deficit—and restores cookies to faculty meetings.
The University’s offerings will refinance debt and finance various capital projects.
The University’s annual financial report portrays an institution adapting to an era of reduced revenues and expenses.
A quarter of the eligible senior faculty accept Harvard’s retirement offer.