A letter from the editor: an MIT vision of its educational future
Harvard’s Art Museums reopen, poised to fulfill their pedagogical purpose.
Award recognizes extraordinary innovation in higher education
Instructors experiment with hands-on learning.
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