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Vice President of Management for the University of Alberta O’Neil A.S. Outar will take over as the new senior associate dean and director of development for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, a shift in leadership that comes nearly a year after the FAS launched its campaign for the Arts and Sciences.
The donation is the largest ever given for psychiatric research, according to the institute’s press release, and promises to put the Cambridge-based biological research foundation on stable footing for years to come.
Separate campaigns and priorities remain, but unified fundraising efforts, cross-school initiatives are tying the University together closer than ever before.
As the campaign picks up and Harvard hosts events around the globe, University leaders find themselves balancing responsibilities on campus and off.
With $1 billion raised since the campaign's launch, Harvard has raised a total of $3.8 billion in its University-wide capital campaign.
Harvard has raised more than $900 million since the public launch of Harvard's capital campaign, and longtime supporters credit much of the progress to a new generation of donors.
The Harvard Campaign for Arts and Sciences raised a little more than half of its $2.5 billion fundraising goal as of the end of February, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith wrote in an email to the Faculty Monday morning.
UC Vice President Sieste Goffard (left), and UC President Gus Mayopoulos (right) hold up posters featuring themselves in support of their recent fundraising initiatives. The UC plans on meeting with President Faust to discuss increased funding towards extracurricular activities at Harvard.
Harvard raised more than $792 million during fiscal year 2013, a 21 percent increase from its 2012 charitable contributions of $650 million and more than any other American university but Stanford, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Council for Aid to Education.
Harvard’s financial report for the 2013 fiscal year paints a picture of a University that has recovered significantly from losses suffered during the recent financial crisis but is still looking with anticipation to the Harvard Campaign for relief, if not for a complete solution to all financial difficulties.
Matthew R. Marotta '14 interviews the 2013 Distinguished Service Partner honoree Kathy Griffin at "Standing Tall for Veterans," a comedy charity benefit for the Home Base Program presented by the Harvard Undergraduates Honoring Veterans on Saturday afternoon.
Interim Dean of Harvard College Donald H. Pfister presents comedian and veteran advocate Kathy Griffin with the 2013 Distinguished Service Partner award at "Standing Tall for Veterans," a comedy charity benefit for the Home Base Program presented by the Harvard Undergraduates Honoring Veterans on Saturday afternoon.
Some men grow mustaches as a display of masculinity. Others do it as a way to change their image or conform to urban style trends. But for the men of Harvard’s medical community, growing a mustache is about raising awareness and money for men’s health.
For once, the people walking around on campus wearing striped suits and gold watches are neither trying to punch a final club nor are they being recruited by a consulting firm. Rather, Harvard’s trying to recruit them—or their checkbooks—for the recently announced Harvard Campaign, its biggest, baddest, champagne-flutiest campaign yet. Not sure what the money will be going to? Well, luckily Harvard has broken it down into categories, and Flyby is here to explain exactly what (we think) they mean.
An afternoon packed with star-studded events for Harvard’s alumni and donors kicked off the public phase of Harvard’s potentially record-breaking capital campaign on Saturday.