Three months into her new role as dean of the School of Education, Bridget Terry Long is leading the School through numerous important national discourses.
Katz focused on the positive impact of prevention and education programs for not only young women, but also young men.
In the wake of the 2016 election, as concerns about populism gained greater traction, scholars began to take Mounk’s ideas more seriously.
Eight Harvard professors numbered among the 173 scholars, artists, and writers from the United States and Canada awarded prestigious Guggenheim fellowships earlier this month.
Flyers and posters, which Global Support Services slid under dormitory doors last week, warn that “sexual assault and gender-based violence have no borders.”
The Harvard Graduate School of Education hosted a panel discussion Thursday on the effects of surveillance programs that target Muslim and minority youths in schools.
The Crossroad Series will allow recognized undergraduate and graduate student groups to hold events in the newly renovated Smith Campus Center.
Loeb noted previous studies have examined the effect of teacher quality on test scores, but few have examined the effect of teacher quality on attendance.
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