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The leaders of the Pedagogy Fellows program, clockwise: Adam Beaver, Rebecca Miller Brown, Pamela Pollock, Yasemin Kalender

Pedagogy Fellows 2020-21: An Online Community of Practice

July 26, 2021

Teaching is a collaborative act, and the Pedagogy Fellows Program is by definition a community of practice. Every year, approximately 34 experienced and creative graduate students from 28 departments and programs across the FAS come together at the Bok Center to support their peers in their roles as undergraduate teachers by leading pedagogy seminars and workshops, consulting with Teaching Fellows (TFs), and developing resources on teaching and professional development. Over the course of the year, we meet regularly...

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Behind the Bok: Casey Cann

Behind the Bok: Casey Cann

July 1, 2021

Each month we will profile a member of the Bok staff in order for our friends and colleagues to learn more about us, the full range of work that we do, how we approach our work, and what is happening in the world of teaching and learning from different perspectives.

Casey Cann, Technical Operations and Learning Lab Studio Coordinator... Read more about Behind the Bok: Casey Cann

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Celebrating a year of creativity and entrepreneurship

June 29, 2021

The Lemann Program on Creativity and Entrepreneurship (LPCE) kicked off with a remarkable inaugural year, guided by the vision of the late Dr. Robert Lue. This new program, which was based at the Bok Center and inspired by Dr. Lue’s passion for making a positive social impact, reached hundreds of students this year.  We are grateful to the many Harvard students who hopped on board our new adventure in learning-and-doing. Our students’ creativity sparked promising venture teams and deepened our growing community. Students applied their ingenuity and academic knowledge to problems...

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Sarah Emory

Behind the Bok: Sarah Emory

May 26, 2021

Each month we will profile a member of the Bok staff in order for our friends and colleagues to learn more about us, the full range of work that we do, how we approach our work, and what is happening in the world of teaching and learning from different perspectives.

Sarah Emory, Assistant Director, International Teachers & Scholars... Read more about Behind the Bok: Sarah Emory

Shava Glater

Behind the Bok: Shava Glater

April 21, 2021

Each month we will profile a member of the Bok staff in order for our friends and colleagues to learn more about us, the full range of work that we do, how we approach our work, and what is happening in the world of teaching and learning from different perspectives.

Shava Glater, Program Coordinator... Read more about Behind the Bok: Shava Glater

2021 May 13

Case Studies in Inclusive Teaching | 4. Disciplinary Culture: Assumptions about Excellence and Expertise

4:00pm to 5:30pm

Join the Bok Center and Dr. Marya T. Mtshali (Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality & Harvard Kennedy School) to discuss a pair of cases related to inclusive teaching practices. This event is part of a series in this year's Inclusive Teaching Week.... Read more about Case Studies in Inclusive Teaching | 4. Disciplinary Culture: Assumptions about Excellence and Expertise

Lauren Davidson

Behind the Bok: Lauren Davidson

March 23, 2021

Each month we will profile a member of the Bok staff in order for our friends and colleagues to learn more about us, the full range of work that we do, how we approach our work, and what is happening in the world of teaching and learning from different perspectives.

Lauren Davidson, Assistant Director of the Learning Lab

Q: What is your educational background?

A: I received my PhD in Philosophy from Harvard. I also hold an MA in Bioethics from Loyola Marymount University and a BA in Philosophy...

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Eleanor Finnegan

Behind the Bok: Eleanor Finnegan

March 4, 2021

Welcome to the first edition of our new feature, Behind the Bok! Each month we will profile a member of the Bok staff in order for our friends and colleagues to learn more about us, the full range of work that we do, how we approach our work, and what is happening in the world of teaching and learning from different perspectives.

Eleanor Finnegan, Assistant Director, Faculty Programming

Q: What is your educational background?

A: I have three degrees in Religious Studies — a BA in...

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