Weatherhead Foundation

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The Weatherhead Foundation has supported the East Asian Institute since 1980, was founded by A. J. Weatherhead, Jr. in 1953 and is currently headed by his son, A. J. Weatherhead, III. [1]

"Al Weatherhead has been president of the Weatherhead Foundation since 1987. Now a family foundation, it concentrates on endowments for higher education. Since its establishment 45 years ago, it has supported, besides Harvard, Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management, Columbia University, the University of Texas at Houston, and Tulane University." [2]

"In 1993, he and Celia Weatherhead established the Albert J. Weatherhead III University Professorship at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The chair is currently held by government scholar Samuel P. Huntington." [3]

"The Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professorship of Public Management at the Kennedy School of Government was created in 1977 and, in 1995, another gift was directed toward the Albert J. Weatherhead III Professorship of Business Administration at the Business School." [4]

"Al and Celia Weatherhead will visit Harvard in April 1998 for a symposium to celebrate and dedicate the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. Director Jorge Dominguez said: "We will convene senior international relations scholars to focus on the major issues and pressing challenges confronting the world as we move into the 21st century." [5]

"Henry Rosovsky "is a member of the Board of Directors of the Japan Fund, the Weatherhead Foundation and is a former trustee of the Educational Testing Service and the Asia Society. He also served as Co-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American Jewish Congress from 1980 to 1988." [6]

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