Harvard Teacher Fellows Program
Ed School senior lecturer Katherine K. Merseth, faculty director of the graduate-level Teaching Education Program pictured here in a previous lecture, contrasts the new Harvard Teacher Fellows program with Teach For America, a national nonprofit teacher organization made up of recent college graduates.
Harvard Institute of Politics holds a forum called “Campaign 2012: How Americans Will Select Their Next President,” which focus on the possiblity of a third party option in the upcoming presidential election.
Today in Photos (11/08/11)
Spanish chef Carme Ruscalleda discusses caramelization techniques used in her restaurant, Sant Pau, during the Science of Cooking lecture on Monday evening in the Science Center.
Today in Photos (11/1/2011)
Vanessa Dillen, Kirkland House tutor, presents a makeup tutorial while Lange Luntao '12 watches at the drag workshop in the Kirkland SCR on Monday evening.
Today in Photos (10/25/2011)
Lisa Stampnitzky, a Warren Fellow from Oxford University, discusses an excerpt from her book-in-progress "Disciplining Terror: How Experts and Others Created 'Terrorism'" in Robinson Hall on Monday afternoon.
Today in Photos (10/18/2011)
Today in Photos (10/4/2011)
Prof. Katherine K. Merseth interactively lectures on rural education before a video conference with Colorado Sen. Mike Johnston during her US in the World 35 class on Monday.
Today in Photos (09/20/11)
Prof. R. Nicholas Burns (left) moderates the discussion regarding the conflict in the Middle East during a forum at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
The Science Center renovations took place on the third and fourth floors this summer, expanding the space available to TFs and CAs for office hours and meetings.
Joan Roca, an author of Sous Vide Cuisine and top chef at his restaurant El Celler de Can Roca, discusses flavor distillation from soil and grass at the Science of Cooking lecture series on Monday.