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Changing the Troublemaker Narrative

The Intellectual Contribution Award recipient for Human Development and Psychology reflects on her time at HGSE and looks toward the future.

Douglas Wood to Receive Alumni Council Award

The senior fellow on justice and equity at the Aspen Institute will be honored at Convocation on May 23.

Smartphones, Teens, and Unhappiness

Psychologist Jean Twenge discusses her research that examines how smartphones affect teens' happiness, and advises on how children and adults can use smartphones in the healthiest ways.

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The HGSE faculty is a singularly impressive group of scholars, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers actively working to improve the state of education worldwide.

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Through their work across all areas of the education sector, our students and alumni work to ensure that every child has the opportunity to fulfill his or her potential.

Raygine DiAquoi

Ed.M.'11, Ed.D.'15; assistant professor at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health; director, Columbia University Office of Diversity, Culture, and Inclusion

Ghazal Gulati

Ed.M.'15 – International Education Policy; co-founder and COO of Meraki

Arla Casselman

Ed.M. candidate – Specialized Studies

Josh Delaney

Ed.M.'14 – Education, Policy, and Management; senior education policy adviser to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren

Karen Cueva

Ed.M.'16 – Arts in Education; co-founder and executive director of the Du Bois Orchestra at Harvard; manager of Learning and Engagement Programs for the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall

Scott Bustabad

Ed.M.’15. – Teacher Education Program; public high school teacher and advocate