Harvard raised $1.42 billion in fiscal year 2018, the University’s largest-ever annual fundraising sum, and a higher education record. The total represents a more than 10 percent growth over its fiscal year 2017 donation income.
Amid Harvard’s dismissal of calls for fossil fuel divestment, Harvard Management Company — the group that oversees the University’s $39.2 billion endowment — has been one of the lead investors in a methane emissions reduction working group started in 2017.
Harvard voted on shareholder proposals concerning digital media content and corporate tax policy for the first time in 2018, among a series of other issues that have previously arisen, according to the University’s annual shareholder responsibility report published Tuesday.
He Jiankui vowed to defend his work in an email to The Crimson Wednesday. He's email appeared to mark his first public communication in at least a week — and came after multiple news outlets reported the scientist had seemingly gone missing.
University President Lawrence S. Bacow praised the Medical School’s health policy department and discussed the importance of higher education at a symposium at the school Tuesday.
While this arrangement offers a new source of much-needed funding, it also raises challenging ethical and management questions for the school.
The Blavatnik Family Foundation will donate $200 million to Harvard Medical School, the largest gift in the school’s history, the University announced Thursday.
At least one high-profile paper authored by a former Medical School professor has been formally retracted and a federally funded clinical trial put on hold.
Harvard Medical School completed its capital campaign with $789 million raised, slightly exceeding its goal of $750 million.
The professor, Piero Anversa, left the Medical School in December 2015 after investigations into the integrity of his research.
Harvard School of Public Health Dean Will Spend Capital Campaign Cash on Construction, Financial Aid
Harvard School of Public Health Dean Michelle A. Williams plans to use the added cash raised through the school's capital campaign to bolster financial aid programs, renovate old campus buildings, and erect new ones.
The total more than doubles the goal of $450 million the school announced in October 2013.
Nearly 30 percent of opioid prescriptions do not cite a pain-related diagnosis, a new Harvard Medical School and RAND Corporation study has found.
The New York University School of Medicine generated national headlines and some glowing editorials when it announced over the summer that it planned to go tuition-free. Harvard, though, has no plans to follow suit.
Medical School students unveiled a photo exhibit featuring stories of Boston-area individuals affected by the opioid epidemic.
Harvard Law Prof. Emeritus Alan Dershowitz Joins Weinstein Defense Team in Class Action Suit
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Former Employee Sues Harvard For Racial Discrimination, Failure to Accommodate Her Disability, and Retaliation
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