“When times are tough, there comes to be this real question of who is forced to bear the cost.”
Executive vice president Katie Lapp details losses from research funding and executive education.
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The announcement is not the same as fossil-fuel divestment, though it comes amid months of intensified activism calling for divestment.
Dean Gay outlines near-term actions—and “the definition of a hard problem” facing the FAS.
Deans articulate their diverse faculties’ divergent priorities (and problems)—plus an MIT perspective
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University belt-tightening announced, plus further information on the Faculty of Arts and Sciences—and higher education
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The sudden dispersal from Cambridge and Boston, Commencement postponed, and the looming financial consequences
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Barely a decade after the 2008 crisis and Great Recession, new challenges loom. An early assessment of the University’s strengths this time