Harvard School of Public Health rethinks professional education in a digital age.
Research and student financial aid are priorities amid centennial celebrations.
Facing declining enrollments, the humanities seek to reinvent themselves.
The innovative life-sciences educator will continue to shape pedagogy in a new role.
George West ’72 and his students foster oral history at Little Rock Central High.
Two scholars of higher education buck the negative tide.
The Hausers invest $40 million to launch the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching.
The context for a major new initiative on teaching skills, classrooms, learning technology, and evaluation
How to preserve the humanities
Leading professors on the future of their fields
With sound, image, and word, Chris Cerf teaches the basics.
The second Faculty of Arts and Sciences gathering on teaching and learning looks at the global perspective, involving professors active in Africa, China, and India.
Headlines from Harvard history