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Teaching and Learning: the Conversation Continues

4.19.11

With a presentation at a December 2010 faculty meeting and a recent discussion series, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Dean Michael D. Smith has brought pedagogy to the foreground, saying his goal is "to establish in the public consciousness" Harvard's position as "an undisputed leader in pedagogical and curricular excellence in America today.”

Read about this initiative in detail in "Tackling Teaching and Learning," from the March-April 2011 issue. Visit the FAS page for the initiative.

Read coverage of the three discussions:

Readers shared their memories of effective teaching at Harvard, and their suggestions for how Harvard could improve; a subset were reproduced in the May-June 2011 print issue. Read the full discussion and add your own memories and suggestions.

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Four young women of different ethnic backgrounds converse in a homey lounge

Illustration by Bodil Jane/Folio Art

The Harvard’s Women’s Center and what it does

Photo of Michelle Walsh and Benjamin Roy

Michelle Walsh and Benjamin Roy

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

Aloian Memorial Scholars for 2019 named

Photograph of Julie Chung and Drew Pendergrass

Julie Chung and Drew Pendergrass

Photograph by Stu Rosner

New Ledecky Fellows for 2019-2020

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Four young women of different ethnic backgrounds converse in a homey lounge

Illustration by Bodil Jane/Folio Art

The Harvard’s Women’s Center and what it does

Photo of Michelle Walsh and Benjamin Roy

Michelle Walsh and Benjamin Roy

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

Aloian Memorial Scholars for 2019 named

Photograph of Julie Chung and Drew Pendergrass

Julie Chung and Drew Pendergrass

Photograph by Stu Rosner

New Ledecky Fellows for 2019-2020

Students

Teaching and Learning: the Conversation Continues

4.19.11

With a presentation at a December 2010 faculty meeting and a recent discussion series, Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) Dean Michael D. Smith has brought pedagogy to the foreground, saying his goal is "to establish in the public consciousness" Harvard's position as "an undisputed leader in pedagogical and curricular excellence in America today.”

Read about this initiative in detail in "Tackling Teaching and Learning," from the March-April 2011 issue. Visit the FAS page for the initiative.

Read coverage of the three discussions:

Readers shared their memories of effective teaching at Harvard, and their suggestions for how Harvard could improve; a subset were reproduced in the May-June 2011 print issue. Read the full discussion and add your own memories and suggestions.