Drew Faust

Central Administration

In Aspen, Faust Continues Push for Humanities

In an hour-long conversation with Leon S. Wieseltier, an editor at The Atlantic and former Law School visiting professor, Faust lamented the societal shift towards vocational training and the corresponding tendency to use salary as the sole metric of success.

University President Drew G. Faust Addresses the 2016 Harvard Alumni Association Meeting
Commencement

Faust Calls For Character-Based Education in Commencement Address

University President Drew G. Faust outlined a vision for a university education that shapes a student’s character and values—not just their intellectual and professional development—in her annual Commencement address Thursday afternoon.

College

At Baccalaureate, Faust Tells Graduates to ‘Not Throw Away Their Shot’

University President Drew G. Faust drew on the musical "Hamilton" as she delivered an alternatingly lighthearted and serious recap of the Class of 2016’s tenure at Harvard.

Drew Faust Inauguration
Central Administration

Governing the Past: Faust the Historian

While her career has progressed further and further away from her days of scholarship, University President Drew G. Faust’s acute sense of institutional history has only sharpened.

Walsh Wins Mayoral Election
Boston

Harvard and the Hub

In Faust’s and Walsh’s Relationship, a glimpse of the relationship between Harvard and its neighboring city is visible— particularly in light of Harvard’s Boston-based expansion.

Jorge Dominguez
Commencement

Jorge Dominguez

Jorge I. Domínguez PhD ’72 accompanied President Drew G. Faust on a Your Harvard trip in Mexico City in 2014. Dominguez is the Antonio Madero Professor for the Study of Mexico

Faust and History
Drew Faust

Faust and History

Faust's Inauguration
Drew Faust

Faust's Inauguration

A 2007 Crimson article features President Faust’s inauguration day.

Harvard Business School

Faust Made $1.2 Million in 2014

Harvard Management Company CEO Stephen Blyth made less in 2014 as head of public markets than he did the previous year in that position, while University President Drew G. Faust earned more than she did in 2013.

A Gathering Crowd
Central Administration

A Gathering Crowd

Scores of sorority and female final club members protest against Harvard's decision to sanction unrecognized single-gender organizations.

Displaying Dissent
Central Administration

Displaying Dissent

Supporters of single-gender organizations hang a Hear Her Harvard sign on Massachusetts Hall.

A Recurring Fight
Central Administration

A Recurring Fight

Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority member Elly Duker '19 marched with her mother, Julie Starr-Duker '82, at the #HearHerHarvard protest against newly-announced sanctions against unrecognized single-gender social organizations. More than 200 women rallied in front of Massachusetts Hall in response to the policy, which will bar members of such organizations from holding leadership positions in official clubs and receiving top fellowships.

The Hear Her Harvard Rally
Central Administration

The Hear Her Harvard Rally

Fly Club
College

Single-Gender Groups Criticize New Harvard Policy

​Members of single-gender social organizations largely decried a new policy that will bar their members from holding leadership positions and receiving College endorsement for prestigious fellowships.

Fly Club
College

A Guide to Harvard's Relationship with Final Clubs

The Crimson gives a quick primer on the final clubs, institutions unique to Harvard, and the administration’s actions toward them over this tumultuous year.