At 66, incoming University President Lawrence S. Bacow will be the oldest president ever to begin a term at Harvard’s helm.
The National Labor Relations Board approved an election agreement earlier this month detailing the terms and timeline of Harvard’s upcoming unionization election.
Faust will wrap up several initiatives from her presidency over the next few months while Bacow learns the ropes of the top job.
The federal government launched an investigation into Harvard in 2016 for allegedly failing to respond “promptly and equitably” to a sexual assault complaint at the College.
Experts say the effect of the federal tax on Harvard’s endowment remains unclear as the government continues to work out features of the new law.
Members of a student group helping guide Harvard’s search for its 29th president met “in person” with the official search committee last semester to discuss their findings.
Harvard’s record-breaking capital campaign is still below its financial aid goal as the fundraising drive enters its final months, according to donors at a recent event.
Rogers, who assumed the role in 2007, helped oversee the first University-wide capital campaign, which launched in Sept. 2013 and is set to conclude at the end of June.