By far, one of the perks of being at Harvard is being able to cross register. More specifically, students at the Harvard Graduate School of Education are able to register for courses at 12 of Harvard University’s schools as well as courses at MIT, Tufts, and Brown (for GSAS doctoral students). Having this kind of … More The Benefits of Cross Registration at Harvard
One of my many goals for my year at Harvard has been to not only bask in the glory of the genius that surrounds me but to engage these ‘brainy’ peers/alumni/professors in coffee or lunch meetings; my hope in setting up these coffee sessions is to learn a little bit more about the holistic human … More Wire & Fire Series: Building community one network at a time!
Hugsy? Like Joey’s stuffed penguin from Friends? Or maybe Hug-Z, Jay-Z’s cuddly cousin we haven’t heard about! However you spell it, it sounds like a blanket of thousand marshmallows cascading you on a snowy winter’s day…so soft, so warm, an all-embracing bubble of kindness and compassion. That’s Harvard’s Graduate School of Education or HGSE, lovingly … More There’s no place like “Hugsie”
Welcome, newly admitted students, to HGSE! Some affectionately call this place Hug-see. Others really hate that pronunciation and call it H-G-S-E. Then there are students like myself who call it the Ed School. Whatever name you decide to call this place, I really hope it will be your home for the next year! It is … More Welcome to HGSE, Admitted Students!
Grammy-award winning country music artists Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks came to the Harvard Ed School today. Wow–that sentence sounds weird, right?! That pretty much sums up Harvard’s offerings–there are always a million (and unexpected) things happening. I’m so happy that they stopped by HGSE while making a tour stop here in Boston. Here … More Trisha & Garth come to HGSE and school us on LIFE
Winter break passed by in a flash, and I found myself back at HGSE over J-Term! What an incredibly interesting few weeks I had during these last two weeks! Before this time, I wouldn’t have been able to tell my friends that I had the chance to personally have philosophical discussions about truth, beauty, and … More J-Term: A Time to Grow and Think
Sections that are allotted for some courses allow you to meet with a smaller group of your course mates and a Teaching Fellow to further discuss the material brought up in class and in the readings. They offer a great opportunity to interact with your classmates on a deeper and more meaningful level especially if … More More Than A Section — A Community!