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Harvard’s Faust Plots Course for ‘Unified’ School in Crisis

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Harvard University President Drew Faust is pushing to knock down traditional budgeting barriers among the school’s independent divisions, after the school lost $11 billion of endowment value last fiscal year.

Harvard must be reshaped for its financial future, Faust said.

“At a time when higher education faces new financial constraints, our work here has never mattered more,” she said.

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