Harvard School Of Public Health Receives $350M Donation

Boston Globe: Harvard School of Public Health gets $350m donation
“Harvard University is receiving the biggest gift in its history — $350 million to the School of Public Health to help fight global health threats, university officials plan to announce Monday. The donation comes from the Morningside Foundation, the family charity of Hong Kong billionaire Gerald Chan. It will substantially bolster the endowment of one of the university’s lesser-funded schools…” (Freyer, 9/8).

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