Katie B. Tian
Four Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty members discussed the increasingly prominent role of politics in education during an event Tuesday evening.
Harvard Graduate School of Education students and faculty expressed the need for a dean who will value global education and promote interdisciplinary collaboration, following the announcement of HGSE Dean Bridget Terry Long’s resignation at the end of this academic year.
Following a Jan. 18 announcement of Bridget Terry Long’s plan to resign as Harvard Graduate School of Education Dean at the end of the academic year, HGSE affiliates reflected on her accomplishments during her six-year tenure.
A panel of four early childhood health experts discussed the effect of climate change on childhood development at a Harvard Graduate School of Education forum on Wednesday.
Panelists discussed abortion pill access in the United States at a Harvard Kennedy School forum before a screening of the documentary “Plan C” on Monday.
Cornell applied economics professor Prabhu L. Pingali and Nigerian Conservation Foundation director Joseph D. Onoja discussed climate sustainability at the Center for Government and International Studies Tuesday.
Loneliness Expert Talks Individual and Societal Loneliness at Harvard School of Public Health Seminar
Louise C. Hawkley, a principal research scientist at the University of Chicago’s National Opinion Research Center, delved into the individual and societal factors that contribute to loneliness at a Harvard School of Public Health seminar Wednesday.
Disability Advocates Discuss History of Massachusetts Disability Institutions at Harvard Law School Panel
Disability activists, scholars, and educators discussed the history of Massachusetts institutions for people with disabilities at a Harvard Law School panel on Wednesday.