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Creating a Campus for Harvard’s
Next Century

The future we face together calls for a campus that embodies and enables our ambition for learning and discovery.

 In Cambridge, in Longwood, and in Allston, what we can be depends fundamentally on the spaces we create, renew, and inhabit. We must shape our campus for the next century with spaces that encourage collaboration, spaces that spur experimentation, that foster connections between Harvard’s boundlessly imaginative people and infinitely varied parts.

— DREW GILPIN FAUST, PRESIDENT OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY AND LINCOLN PROFESSOR OF HISTORY

Drew Gilpin Faust

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Creating an Expanded Campus

JOHN A. PAULSON MBA '80 GIVES $400 MILLION TO ENDOW SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES, SECURING VISION FOR ALLSTON-BASED INNOVATION

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Paulson SEAS Gift Signing

Alan Garber

Harvard’s future in Allston represents an opportunity unlike any in the world. It is an opportunity to transform this great, storied university while helping to position the Boston area as the premier global innovation hub. We are home to a concentration of human talent unlike any other.

— Alan M. Garber, Provost of Harvard University

Fostering Discovery and Entrepreneurship

Harvard Innovation Lab: Where Creativity Rules

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iLab

Michael D. Smith

Learning happens everywhere on our campus, but our Houses are special places where learning becomes understanding. They are communities where risks are taken, confidence is built, and connections are made with peers, faculty, and tutors. The Houses bring Harvard down to scale, shaping memories and forging friendships that last a lifetime.
— Michael D. Smith, Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and John H. Finley, Jr. Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Enhancing the Student Experience

IN THE HARVARD HOUSES

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Katie Lapp

Place matters. From its global footprint to its local roots, Harvard is committed to the economic, intellectual, social, and cultural vitality of our community. Our broad plan for environmentally sustainable campus development includes a diversity of new uses that enable people to teach, learn, collaborate, live, work, play, adapt, and innovate.

— KATIE LAPP, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT