Schooled in Life
Alumni on undergraduate education, then and now
As the College celebrates its 375th anniversary, we asked members of this year’s twenty-fifth reunion class how their education shaped who they have become—and what Harvard could do to improve the education of undergraduates today and in the future.
Reflecting on failure and success in post-Harvard lives
More emphasis on practical training at Harvard
The importance of academic rigor and mentoring at Harvard
Techonology-assisted learning key to future pedagogy
Pushing beyond intellectual insecurity at Harvard
Harvard students need global education.
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