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Join HGSE professor and historian Jarvis R. Givens on January 27, 2021 as he discusses his forthcoming book, "Fugitive Pedagogy: Carter G. Woodson and the Art of Black Teaching," as part of the @RadInstitute's 2020–2021 Fellows' Presentation Series.
HGSE's Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) project recently released results of an analysis of faculty satisfaction with the results of diversity and inclusion programs on university campuses. @coacheproject
This year, HGSE's Alumni of Color Conference (AOCC) centers itself on the theme "Immunity in Community: Resilience in the Face of a Double Pandemic."
If you have an idea for a potential presentation, proposals for the 2021 AOCC are due by January 24th.
"We are resilient. We will heal from this trauma together. We will get back to the quiet, important work of the nation. We will keep marching forward. But for now, it’s OK to acknowledge that no, we are not OK."
-@jddelaney, EdM'14, in the @BostonGlobe
On January 12, 2021, Join HGSE Professor @meiralevinson and @HarvardChanSPH Professor @mlipsitch for a conversation on the intersections of education and public health through the disruptions of education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. @ForumHSPH
I’m pleased to issue the 11th annual Edu-Scholar Public Influence rankings, recognizing the 200 university-based researchers who had the biggest impact on education policy & practice in the wild year that was 2020.
Great to see so many HGSE names on @rickhess99's edu-scholar rankings, which recognizes the key contributions being made in bridging the gap between academia, education policy, and practice.
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