Harvard Public Affairs & Communications has developed a series of reports that show the many ways that the University is connected to the regional economy and engaged in community partnerships that demonstrate what it means to be neighbors.
2016–2017 Facts & Impact
Harvard University is proud to be a partner in driving the region’s economy. Through research, innovation, employment, local spending, and financial aid, Harvard is committed to helping make Massachusetts a thriving region in which to live, learn, and work.
2016-2017 Cooperation Agreement Annual Report
Harvard values its longtime partnership with the Allston-Brighton neighborhood and the City of Boston. In addition to providing a comprehensive accounting of Harvard’s commitments to the Allston-Brighton community, the annual report provides an in-depth update on many of the exciting collaborations and programs taking place in the community every day.
University-Wide Community Engagement: Boston
Harvard is deeply engaged in many exciting community programs, partnerships, and collaborations that share a broad reach across Boston. While not all-inclusive, this list is representative of continually evolving engagements from across Harvard’s campus.
At the intersection of ideas & partnerships
Harvard is at the heart of Massachusetts' vibrant innovation ecosystem. The academic and research expertise of Harvard, coupled with that of its affiliated teaching hospitals, create a powerhouse for attracting funding and generating early-stage ideas, driving innovation, discovering cures, and building the regional economy.
GLOBAL ECONOMIC & SOCIAL IMPACT OF ALUMNI
Alumni from across the University are making an economic and social impact by founding organizations, employing people, and serving as volunteers. The Harvard Impact Study captures the diverse contributions alumni make around the world.