Гарвард университеті — нұсқалар арасындағы айырмашылық

===Қосымша Алшақ Кампустар===
Кэмбридж/Олстан және Лонуудтан кампустарынан тыс, Гарвардтың тағы Массачусетс штатының Жамайка Пелйн қаласында "Arnold Arboretum" деген орталығы; Вашинктонда "Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection" деген зерттеу кітапханасы; Петершамда (Массачусетс) "Harvard Forest" орталығы; және Флоренцида "Villa I Tatti" зерттеу орталығы;<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.itatti.it/ |title=Villa I Tatti: The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies |publisher=Itatti.it |date= |accessdate=2010-06-30}}</ref> және Қытайдағы Гарвард Шанхай Орталығы бар.
 
===Major campus expansion===
Throughout the past several years, Harvard has purchased large tracts of land in [[Allston, Boston, Massachusetts|Allston]], a walk across the Charles River from Cambridge, with the intent of major expansion southward.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.allston.harvard.edu/ |title=Harvard University Allston Initiative Home Page |publisher=Allston.harvard.edu |date= |accessdate=2010-08-29}}</ref> The university now owns approximately fifty percent more land in Allston than in Cambridge. Various proposals to connect the traditional Cambridge campus with the new Allston campus include new and enlarged bridges, a shuttle service and/or a [[tram]]. Ambitious plans also call for sinking part of [[Storrow Drive]] (at Harvard's expense) for replacement with park land and pedestrian access to the [[Charles River]], as well as the construction of bike paths, and an intently planned fabric of buildings throughout the Allston campus. The institution asserts that such expansion will benefit not only the school, but surrounding community, pointing to such features as the enhanced transit infrastructure, possible shuttles open to the public, and park space which will also be publicly accessible.
 
One of the foremost driving forces for Harvard's pending expansion is its goal of substantially increasing the scope and strength of its science and technology programs. The university plans to construct two 500,000 square foot (50,000 m²) research complexes in Allston, which would be home to several interdisciplinary programs, including the Harvard Stem Cell Institute and an enlarged [[Engineering]] department.
 
In addition, Harvard intends to relocate the [[Harvard Graduate School of Education]] and the [[Harvard School of Public Health]] to Allston. The university also plans to construct several new undergraduate and graduate student housing centers in Allston, and it is considering large-scale museums and performing arts complexes as well. Unfortunately the large drop in endowment has halted these plans for now.
 
===Sustainability===