Eli President Richard C. Levin signals deeper endowment losses and spending cuts. What are the implications for Harvard’s finances?
Harvard Management Company’s annual report quantifies the punishing decline in the value of the University’s endowment.
An update on the University’s economic situation
President Faust on Harvard’s finances, intellectual momentum, and future
Harvard Management Company president Jane Mendillo offers an update
Short takes on recent news
University of California EVP succeeds Edward C. Forst ’82.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences tackles a massive budget crisis.
Understanding the University’s financial challenges—beyond the endowment’s fall
A Harvard fixture bites the dust.
With the endowment down sharply and employee compensation accounting for nearly half of University expenses recently, the administration plans to trim staff jobs.
Reunioners and seniors of 2009 give the University a welcome assist.
School-specific news on layoffs; FAS cost-cutting working groups; and the endowment’s forward commitments
The University has begun laying off employees, part of its efforts to reduce costs to cope with the projected 30 percent decline in the value of the endowment.
The University has disclosed information on the staff members, by school, who were offered and who accepted its voluntary early-retirement incentive program.