An analysis of the annual financial report, and of Harvard Management Company’s transformation
In 2017, then-Harvard president Drew Faust and Harvard Law School professor Annette Gordon-Reed unveiled a monument dedicated to people enslaved by law school benefactor Isaac Royall Jr.
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The president announces a $5-million initiative.
The University discloses a sixth consecutive budget surplus—and details enormous changes in the endowment.
The endowment rises to $40.9 billion in a year of more modest investment returns.
Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Claudine Gay
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Claudine Gay’s annual report to the faculty outlines broad goals—and challenging circumstances.
In a year of tepid returns for universities, Harvard Management Company reports 6.5 percent gain on investments.
William F. Lee, senior fellow of the Harvard Corporation
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Senior fellow William F. Lee on the University’s priorities during President Lawrence S. Bacow’s first year
The University discloses top employees’ pay in its annual tax filing.