CEO N.V. Narvekar assesses Harvard Management Company’s most recent fiscal-year performance, and the road ahead.
More evidence that fiscal 2017 returns were “disappointing”
Data courtesy of FAS Office for Faculty Affairs
The dean’s annual report provides financial details on House renewal, the faculty census, and a new inequality initiative.
A “disappointing” 8.1 percent investment return, while the long-term transformation of the management company proceeds
An expected transition, as the University’s twenty-eighth president plans to conclude her service.
The status of a contested election
Federal tax filing reports detail an unusual year for Harvard Management Company—and President Faust.
Financial pressures force the faculty to trim doctoral admissions.