Gerald L. Chan addresses University administrators, donors, and faculty members on Monday afternoon at a ceremony formally unveiling his foundation's $350 million gift to the Harvard School of Public Health.
Gerald T. Chan recounts his childhood memories of his parents in Hong Kong at the Harvard School of Public Health. Chan announced a $350 million gift to his alma mater, which will be managed by the Harvard Management Company
Gerald L. Chan, left, and University President Drew G. Faust embrace as Faust welcomes Chan on stage at the Harvard School of Public Health Monday afternoon for the unveiling of his foundation's $350 million gift.
University President Drew G. Faust talks about advances in public health in the past century before introducing Gerald L. Chan at Monday's ceremony at the School of Public Health.
Julio Frenk, the dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, talks on Monday about the school's history, its achievements, and the future of public health across the globe.
Gerald L. Chan and University President Drew G. Faust shake hands at Monday's ceremony at the School of Public Health, unveiling Chan's foundation's $350 million gift.
Residents run along the Charles River on a leisurely Sunday morning as the previous week's intense humidity abated.
Junior Jake Freeman, pictured cutting past Columbia defender Will Young in 2012, took a season away from the soccer pitch in 2013 but returns this fall aiming to continue the Crimson's success.
Harvard Management Company is housed in the Boston Federal Reserve building.
Advocates for fossil fuel divestment protest outside of Massachusetts Hall, home of the University's central administration, earlier in the spring.