TRUSTEES FOR HARVARD UNIVERSITY
1033 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138 http://

Total Revenue
$52,592,557
Total Expenses
$32,322,401
Net Assets
$1,165,205,178

Organizations Filed Purposes: TO FACILITATE HARVARD UNIVERSITY'S SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY, AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN WASHINGTON, DC.

CENTER FOR HELLENIC STUDIES IS AN EDUCATIONAL CENTER IN THE FIELD OF HELLENIC STUDIES DESIGNED TO REDISCOVER HUMANISM OF THE HELLENIC GREEKS. HELLENISM FOR THE CENTER ENCOMPASSES THE EVOLUTION OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE AND ITS CULTURE AS A CENTRAL POINT OF CONTACT FOR ALL OF THE DIFFERENT CIVILIZATIONS OF THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN WORLD. IT ALSO INCLUDES INTERACTIONS WITH FOREIGN CULTURES AND THE DIFFUSION OF ROMAN INFLUENCES. THIS HUMANISTIC VISION ANIMATES THE CENTER'S MAIN ACTIVITIES: (1) BUILDING AND MAINTAINING A WORLD-CLASS COLLECTION OF RESOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF THE ANCIENT GRECO-ROMAN WORLD; (2) MAKING THESE RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE COMMUNITY OF SCHOLARS, OFFERING RESIDENTIAL AND NON-RESIDENTIAL FELLOWSHIPS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH IN THE FIELD, AND PROVIDING A VENUE WHERE THE FELLOWS AND OTHER SCHOLARS CAN COLLABORATE AND SHARE THEIR INSIGHTS WITH DIVERSE AUDIENCES BOTH AT THE CENTER AND BEYOND THROUGH SEMINARS, OTHER FORMS OF LIVE PRESENTATIONS, AND PUBLICATIONS; (3) DISSEMINATING SCHOLARSHIP ON THE HELLENIC WORLD IN PRINTED AND ELECTRONIC FORMATS AND DEVELOPING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCE EXISTING METHODS AND PIONEER NEW AVENUES OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING; AND (4) DESIGNING AND ORCHESTRATING ACTIVITIES FOR A GLOBAL AUDIENCE WITH THE GOAL OF ENABLING A WIDE RANGE OF PARTICIPANTS, INCLUDING NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS, UNDERGRADUATES, GRADUATE STUDENTS, SCHOLARS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES, AND LIFE-LONG LEARNERS TO ENGAGE IN THE STUDY AND APPRECIATION OF HELLENIC CULTURE. DURING FISCAL YEAR 2014 THE CENTER FOR HELLENIC STUDIES WAS ABLE TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES: SUPPORT TO 52 RESEARCH FELLOWS, 26 OF WHOM VISITED OR LIVED ON CAMPUS; SUPPORT TO 1 VISITING SCHOLAR, WHO VISITED CAMPUS; FUNDING FOR 16 INTERNSHIPS IN WASHINGTON, DC (11 INTERNS IN JULY-AUGUST 2013 AND JUNE 2014; 5 DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR) AND 20 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR AMERICAN AND GREEK UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN ITS PROGRAMS IN GREECE; ORGANIZATION OF 5 SEMINARS IN WHICH 53 FACULTY MEMBERS/PROFESSIONALS AND 23 UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS WERE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE; AND HOSTING FOR 8 FACULTY MEMBERS AND 16 UNDERGRADUATES FOR 2 RESEARCH SYMPOSIUMS IT HELD DURING THE YEAR.


Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

Name Title Hours Per Week Total Salary
DREW GILPIN FAUST PRESIDENT/TRUSTEE 1.00 $1,112,149
MARC L GOODHEART SECRETARY 1.00 $385,889
JAN M ZIOLKOWSKI DIR., DUMBARTON OAKS 60.00 $328,718
GREGORY NAGY DIR., CTR FOR HELLENIC STUDIES 40.00 $269,600
SUZANNE DAY DIRECTOR FEDERAL RELATIONS 60.00 $187,282
COLIN MCEWAN Director of Pre-Columbian Studies 60.00 $152,403
GUDRUN BUEHL CURATOR AND MUSEUM DIRECTOR 60.00 $138,328
SHEILA KLOS Director of the Library 60.00 $133,224
MARGARET MULLETT DIRECTOR OF BYZANTINE STUDIES 60.00 $128,472
LAWRENCE S BACOW TRUSTEE 1.00 $40,159
JAMES F ROTHENBERG TREASURER/TRUSTEE 5.00 $0
JAMES W BREYER TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
JESSICA T MATHEWS TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
WILLIAM F LEE TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
THEODORE V WELLS JR TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
JOSEPH J O'DONNELL TRUSTEE 3.00 $0
ROBERT E RUBIN TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
ROBERT D REISCHAUER TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
PAUL J FINNEGAN TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
NANNERL O KEOHANE TRUSTEE 1.00 $0
SUSAN L GRAHAM TRUSTEE 1.00 $0

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