2008-2009 FACT BOOKPages from the current year’s Fact book will be posted as they become available.ORGANIZATIONCentral AdministrationFaculties and Allied InstitutionsResearch and Academic CentersPEOPLEDegree Student EnrollmentDegrees ConferredInternational StudentsSummer School and Non-Degree StudentsFacultyStaffRESOURCESTuition, Fees, and Financial AidSponsored ProgramsLibraryPhysical PlantEnvironmental PerformanceFY2008 Income and ExpensesEndowment
PRESIDENTHARVARD CORPORATION &BOARD OF OVERSEERSPROVOSTHarvardFaculty of Arts Graduate Schoolof DesignExecutive DevelopmentCenterPublishing DivisionHarvardDivinitySchoolHarvardGraduate Schoolof EducationDiv. of Medical SciencesHarvard College LibraryAthleticsALLIED INSTITUTIONSAmerican RepertoryTheatreNieman FoundationUniversity Art MuseumsVilla I TattiAFFILIATEINSTITUTIONSCenter for HellenicStudiesDumbarton OaksHarvard CollegeObservatoryAdditional information regarding each School’s academic andresearch programs can be found at the following website:www.harvard.edu/academicsHarvard ForestMuseum of ComparativeZoologyPeabody MuseumSemitic MuseumHarvardLawSchoolInstitute of PoliticsJoint Center for HousingStudiesSchool of Engineering andApplied SciencesDiv. of ContinuingEducationHarvardKennedySchoolA list of research and academic centers affiliated with theSchools can be found on pages 4-5 of the Fact Book.Departments in italics are separately SchoolHarvardSchool of PublicHealthHarvardSchool ofDental MedicineRadcliffeInstitute forAdvanced Study
Harvard University Research and Academic CentersFACULTY of ARTS and SCIENCESAga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture(1)Carpenter Center for the Visual ArtsCenter for American Political StudiesCenter for Brain Science*Center for Hellenic StudiesCenter for Jewish StudiesCenter for Middle Eastern StudiesCenter for Nanoscale SystemsCenter for Systems BiologyDavis Center for Russian and Eurasian StudiesW.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African-AmericanResearchDumbarton OaksFairbank Center for East Asian ResearchFilm Study CenterMinda de Gunzburg Center for European StudiesHarvard University Asia Center***Harvard College ObservatoryHarvard ForestHarvard Smithsonian Center for AstrophysicsHarvard University Center for the Environment***Harvard University Committee on African Studies***Harvard-Yenching InstituteHumanities Center***Institute for Quantitative Social Science***(2)Center for Geographic Analysis(2)Harvard-MIT Data CenterInstitute for Theory and ComputationKorea InstituteProgram for Evolutionary DynamicsEdwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese StudiesDavid Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies***South Asia Initiative at Harvard***Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program***Ukrainian Research InstituteCharles Warren Center for Studies in American HistoryWeatherhead Center for International Affairs(3)Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies(3)Program on U.S. - Japan RelationsBUSINESSCalifornia Research CenterC. Roland Christensen Center for Teaching and LearningGlobal InitiativeAsia-Pacific Research CenterEurope Research CenterIndia Research CenterJapan Research CenterLatin America Research CenterHealthcare InitiativeInstitute for Strategy and Competitiveness*(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)BUSINESS (cont.)Leadership InitiativeArthur M. Rock Center for EntrepreneurshipSocial Enterprise InitiativeDESIGNAga Khan Program at the Graduate School of DesignAlternative Futures InitiativeCenter for Technology and EnvironmentJoint Center for Housing Studies*Real Estate Academic Initiative***DIVINITYCenter for the Study of World ReligionsWomen’s Studies in Religion ProgramEDUCATIONAchievement Gap Initiative*Change Leadership GroupCollaborative on Academic Careers in Higher EducationExecutive Leadership Program for Educators at HarvardUniversity (ExEL)*Harvard Family Research ProjectPrograms in Professional Education/The Principals’CenterProject for Policy Innovation in EducationProject ZeroPublic Education Leadership Project*Three-to-Third(4)WIDE WorldENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCESCenter for Research on Computation and SocietyHarvard Institute for Biologically Inspired EngineeringInstitute for Quantum Science and EngineeringKavli Institute for Bionano Science and EngineeringMaterials Research Science and Engineering CenterNanoscale Science and Engineering Center(5)Rowland InstituteGOVERNMENTRoy and Lila Ash Institute for Democratic Governanceand InnovationRobert and Renee Belfer Center for Science andInternational AffairsCarr Center for Human Rights PolicyCenter for International Development **Center for Public LeadershipHarvard Environmental Economics Program**Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations**Institute of PoliticsJoint Center for Housing Studies*The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture is a joint program with M.I.T.These Programs are housed and administered within the Institute for Quantitative Social ScienceThese Programs are housed and administered within the Weatherhead Center.WIDE is the Wide-scale Interactive Development for Educators.The Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center is a joint program with M.I.T., U.C.S.B., and the Boston Museum ofScience.* These Programs represent collaborations between two or more Schools.** These Programs are housed in particular Schools and report to a dean, but have been granted University-Wide Status.*** These initiatives have a joint reporting structure to the Provost and to the dean of their home School.SOURCE: SCHOOLS, OFFICE OF THE PROVOST
Harvard University Research and Academic CentersGOVERNMENT (cont.)Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and GovernmentJoan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and PublicPolicyA. Alfred Taubman Center for State and Local Government(1)Malcolm Wiener Center for Social PolicyWomen and Public Policy ProgramMEDICINECenter for Biomedical InformaticsCenter for Craniofacial Tissue EngineeringCenter for Genetics and Genomics, Harvard Medical SchoolPartners Healthcare*Center for Health and the Global EnvironmentCenter for Hereditary Deafness*Center for ImmunodeficiencyCenter for Integration of Medicine and Innovative TechnologyCenter for Magnetic Resonance*Center for Mental Health and Media*Center for Neurofibromatosis and Allied Disorders*Center for Palliative CareDana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center*Division for Research and Education inComplementary and Integrative Medical TherapiesDivision of AIDS*Division of Emergency MedicineDivision of Health Policy Research and Education*Division of Health Sciences and TechnologyDivision of Medical Ethics*Division of Nutrition*Division on Primary Care*Division of Service LearningDivision of Sleep MedicineHarvard Catalyst: The Harvard Clinical and TranslationalScience CenterHarvard Clinical Research InstituteHarvard-Mahoney Neuroscience Institute*Harvard NeuroDiscovery CenterHarvard Skin Disease Research CenterICCB – Longwood Screening Facility*Institute of Proteomics(2)JDRF Center for Immunological Tolerance at HarvardNew England Primate Research CenterNew England Regional Center of Excellence for Biodefenseand Emerging Infectious Diseases*LAWBerkman Center for Internet and Society***Child Advocacy ProgramEast Asian Legal Studies ProgramEnvironmental Law and Policy ProgramEuropean Law Research CenterFund for Tax and Fiscal Policy ResearchCharles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and JusticeHuman Rights ProgramLAW (cont.)Islamic Legal Studies ProgramLabor and Worklife ProgramLegal History ProgramJohn M. Olin Center for Law, Economics and BusinessPetrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology,and Ethics*Program on Corporate GovernanceProgram on International Financial SystemsProgram on NegotiationProgram on the Legal ProfessionPUBLIC HEALTHFrancois-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and HumanRights***Center for Health CommunicationCenter for Health Decision ScienceHarvard Center for Population and Development Studies***Harvard Injury Control CenterHarvard School of Public Health AIDS InitiativeRADCLIFFE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDYRadcliffe Institute Fellowship ProgramArthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History ofWomen in AmericaUNIVERSITY INTERFACULTY INITIATIVES(3)Advanced Leadership Program at Harvard (pilot program)Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and HumanRights***Berkman Center for Internet and Society***Center on the Developing ChildHarvard Center for Population and Development Studies***Harvard China FundHarvard Humanitarian InitiativeHarvard Initiative for Global HealthHarvard Stem Cell InstituteHarvard University Asia Center***Harvard University Center for the Environment***Harvard University Committee on African Studies***Harvard University Committee on Human Rights StudiesHarvard University Native American ProgramHarvard University Program in Ethics and HealthHumanities Center***Institute for Quantitative Social Science***Microbial Sciences InitiativeMind/Brain/Behavior InitiativeOrigins of Life InitiativeProgram in Health PolicyProgram on Health Systems ImprovementReal Estate Academic Initiative***David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies***Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for EthicsSouth Asia Initiative at Harvard***Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program***(1) The Taubman Center includes the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston.(2) JDRF is the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.(3) These Initiatives report to the Provost.* These Programs represent collaborations between two or more Schools.** These Programs are housed in particular Schools and report to a dean, but have been granted University-Wide Status.*** These initiatives have a joint reporting structure to the Provost and to the dean of their home School.SOURCE: SCHOOLS, OFFICE OF THE PROVOST
Degree Student Head Count: Fall 2008Counts taken as of October 15, 2008MaleFemaleTotalFull-Time s (2)SeniorsSubtotalGSAS (3,4)Division of Med. Sci.All GovernmentLawMedicalPublic HealthExtensionUndergraduateGraduateSubtotal, All 9,89220,22220,222Adj. for Joint duate52%1st Professional(College)FemaleMale(DMD, JD, MDiv, MD)(1) Students in the Advanced Standing Program are counted as Juniors in their second year and Seniors in their thirdand fourth year. College total excludes students who are studying abroad.(2) Counts for Juniors include 27 undergraduates unclassified by year.(3) Candidates for the Ph.D. are enrolled in GSAS but may cross register for courses in other faculties.(4) GSAS and Harvard College include engineering students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICES
Historical Enrollments: Fall 2003 - 2008Degree Student Head Count by School(1)Counts taken as of October ublic ,76919,82020,07819,95520,307Enrollment Level ionGovernmentLawExtensionSubtotal, All DegreeStudentsAdj. for Joint otalGraduate StudentsFull-TimePart-TimeSubtotal1st Professional 5020,02920,320(6)(1) Several Harvard schools enrolled students displaced by Hurricane Katrina during Fall 2005. These students are includedin the counts for non-degree students on page 17.(2) College totals exlcude students who were studying abroad at the time data was compiled.(3) Candidates for the Ph.D. are enrolled in GSAS but may cross register for courses in other faculties.(4) Counts for GSAS and Harvard College include engineering students.(5) Includes degree candidates from the Extension School. Not adjusted for joint degree students.(6) 1st Professional degrees include DMD, JD, MDiv, and MD.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICES
Student Enrollment by Degree: Fall 2008Counts taken as of October 15, 2008MaleCollege (1,2)GSAS LawMedicalPublic HealthExtensionA.B., S.B.A.M., S.M., ch.M.A.U.D., 37181284239,662723M.P.A. .M.Sc.M.P.H., M.O.H.M.S.D.P.H.D.S.A.A., A.L.B.A.L.M., Grad. Cert.TOTAL 1101639120915(1) College total excludes students who are studying abroad.(2) Harvard College and GSAS include engineering students.(3) M.P.A. Program includes the two-year M.P.A. program and the one-year M.P.A. Mid-Career program.(4) Not adjusted for joint degree students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR ,320
Degree Student Enrollment by Ethnicity: Fall 2008Counts taken as of October 15, 2008CogelleSSAGAsian/Pacific national e 4%TOTAL ge of Minority and International Students by Enrollment nationalNative AmericanUndergraduateGraduate(College)(1) Not adjusted for joint degree students. Harvard College and GSAS include engineering students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICES1st Professional(DMD, JD, MDiv, MD)
Degrees Conferred by SchoolAcademic Year ucationGovernmentLawMedicalPublic %50%50%54%Undergraduate1st Professional(College)(DMD, JD, MDiv, MD)Female(1) Not adjusted for joint degree students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICESMale
Degrees Conferred by Program: Academic Year ., 2145524015GovernmentM.P.A. (1 YEAR)M.P.A. (2 calM.D.M.M.Sc.8611881117422Public 6ExtensionA.A.A.L.B.A.L.M.Graduate 857,239(1) Not adjusted for joint degree students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICESTotal1,71013
Harvard College Undergraduate Degrees Conferred by ConcentrationAcademic Year 2007-2008HumanitiesConcentrationEnglish and American Literature and LanguageHistory and LiteratureVisual and Environmental StudiesRomance Languages and LiteraturesLiteratureHistory of Art and ArchitectureMusicNear Eastern Languages and CivilizationsEast Asian StudiesLinguisticsPhilosophyClassicsComparative Study of ReligionSlavic Languages and LiteratureGermanFolklore and MythologySanskrit and Indian StudiesHumanities 431326Natural SciencesBiochemical SciencesBiologyMathematicsEngineering Sciences (S.B. and A.B.)Applied MathematicsPhysicsChemistryNeurobiologyHuman Evolutionary BiologyComputer ScienceEnvironmental Science and Public PolicyEarth and Planetary SciencesChemistry and PhysicsOrganismic and Evolutionary BiologyChemical and Physical BiologyStatisticsAstronomy and AstrophysicsCell & Molecular Biology, OtherNatural Sciences cial SciencesEconomicsGovernmentPsychologySocial StudiesAnthropologyHistorySociologyHistory of ScienceStudies of Women, Gender and SexualityAfrican and African American StudiesSocial Sciences 829791,644Special Concentrations SubtotalGrand Total(1)Joint ConcentratorsUnduplicated Student Count(1) Both concentrations for joint concentrators are included. An adjustment is provided to obtain the total unduplicated student count.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICES
Degrees Conferred by Student Ethnicity: Academic Year 2007-2008 (1)gelleoCAsian/Pacific 7%International centNative 239Percentage of Degrees Conferred to Minority and International %Native American15%10%5%0%Undergraduate(College)(1) Not adjusted for joint degree students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR OFFICESGraduate1st Professional(DMD, JD, MDiv, MD)
Degrees Conferred: Academic Year 2003-2008 (1)Academic D.M.M.Sc.D.M.S.Cert.SubtotalDesignM. Arch.M.A.U.D., .A.S.SubtotalGovernment M.P.A. (1 Year)M.P.A. (2 .D.SubtotalMedicineM.D.MMSc.SubtotalPublic Health M.P.H.M.S., M.O.H.D.P.H., D.S.SubtotalExtensionA.A.A.L.B.A.L.M.Grad. Cert.SubtotalTOTAL(1) Not adjusted for joint degree students.SOURCE: REGISTRAR 81681076617422196262143494547111311855147,239
International Enrollment: Fall AmericaOceania 4MedicalPublic HealthExtensionTOTAL(1) Counts include full-time degree and non-degree students only, which include transfer and special students, visiting undergraduates, andExtension School enrollees. Counts exclude students whose afflication is listed as other, executive education and professional development programs.SOURCE: INTERNATIONAL OFFICE
Historical Enrollment of International Students: Fall 2003 - 2008AfricaGhanaKenyaNigeriaSouth h talySpainUnited KingdomOtherSubtotalLatin alMiddle EastIranIsraelLebanonSaudi ArabiaTurkeyOtherSubtotalNorth AmericaCanadaMexicoSubtotalOceaniaAustraliaNew 3,6693,8213,9134,004(1)Africa Other: Botswana, Cameroon,Camoros, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia,Guinea-Bissau, Lesotho, Liberia,Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Morocco,Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan,Swaziland, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda,Zambia.Asia Other: Afghanistan, Bangladesh,Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia,Hong Kong, Indonesia, Kazakhstan,Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal,Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, SriLanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Uzbekistan,Vietnam.Europe Other: Albania, Armenia,Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium,Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark,Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Hungary,Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein,Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia,Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands,Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania,Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia,Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine.Latin America Other: The Bahamas,Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Costa Rica,Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic,Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti,Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama,Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay,Venezuela.Middle East Other: Bahrain, Cyprus,Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Syria, United ArabEmirates, West Bank.Oceania Other: Tonga.(1) Counts include full-time degree and non-degree students only, which includes transfer and special students, visiting undergraduates,and Extension School enrollees. Counts exclude students whose afflication is listed as other, executive education and professional developmenprograms. Countries listed are for Fall 2008. Information on countries for enrollments in prior years can be obtained from the International OSOURCE: INTERNATIONAL OFFICE
Summer School Enrollment: Summer 2003 - 2008Harvard Students by 307365354339387484Other Harvard Schools10211116141772978588691210771,210Secondary 0062007MaleSubtotalOther Students by Educational Level (2)UndergraduateUnknownNon-Degree Headcount: Fall 2003 - 2008 84948231235Medical--1-----Public Health--2258314Extension 1164,8215,1325,6285,6612,8473,3646,211Law(1) Counts include matriculating Harvard students enrolled in Harvard courses during the summer session.(2) Beginning with 2004, high school students are counted as undergraduates instead of Secondary School students.(3) Non-degree enrollments include all students enrolled on October 15 in at least one class that is creditable toward a degree or formal award.2005 counts include 58 graduate students and 36 College students displaced by Hurricane Katrina.(4) Counts are for the first semester only. This significantly undercounts yearly enrollment in the Extension School as approximately the samenumber of new students might be enrolled in the second semester.SOURCE: HARVARD UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SCHOOL AND REGISTRAR OFFICES
Instructional Faculty AppointmentsSnapshot Date: July 1, 2008Includes both primary and secondary appointments; individuals are counted once in each school in which they hold a teaching appointmentTechnical notes on following pageHead CountPaidPayrollNon-PaidTotalFTEArts and SciencesHead CountPaidNon-PaidPayrollTotalFTEEngineeringHead ssociate ProfessorAssistant Professor / Convertible InstructorTotal Ladder 593.637.052.0182.6Professor of Practice, Non-LadderClinical FacultyOther Instructional FacultyVisiting and Adjunct Instructional 1.54.00.5162431651730815.019.93.0Total Instructional nDivinityEducationProfessor (includes Prof of Practice for Design)Associate ProfessorAssistant Professor / Convertible InstructorTotal Ladder rofessor of Practice, Non-LadderClinical FacultyOther Instructional FacultyVisiting and Adjunct Instructional 18578214.626.29.5Total Instructional wPublic HealthProfessorAssociate ProfessorAssistant Professor / Convertible InstructorTotal Ladder 3112.3Professor of Practice, Non-LadderClinical FacultyOther Instructional FacultyVisiting and Adjunct Instructional 3171121.9194312506163.7Total Instructional FacultyMedical (HMS-based)ProfessorAssociate ProfessorAssistant Professor / Convertible InstructorTotal Ladder FacultyProfessor of Practice, Non-LadderClinical F
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