Facing Tight Budgets, FAS Looks to Harvard Campaign for Financial Support

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While the overall size of the faculty stayed virtually the same in FY 2013, at 711 active ladder faculty members, the report notes that FAS conducted 73 tenured or tenure-track searches in the past year, the highest number since the financial crisis. 46 job offers were extended in total—21 to women and 15 to minorities. Of those offers, 28 candidates accepted, nine declined, and the statuses of another nine are classified as pending.

—Staff writer Matthew Q. Clarida can be reached at matthewclarida@thecrimson.com. Follow him on Twitter @MattClarida.

—Staff writer Nicholas P. Fandos can be reached at nicholas.fandos@thecrimson.com. Follow him on Twitter @npfandos.

This article has been revised to reflect the following correction and clarification:

CORRECTION: Oct. 2, 2013

An earlier version of the photo caption accompanying this article incorrectly referred to FY2103 in place of FY2013.

CLARIFICATION: Oct. 24, 2013

An earlier version of this article stated that one of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ capital campaign priorities will be Leading and Learning. To clarify, FAS will prioritize Leading in Learning.

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