Conversations with HGSE Deans
To help celebrate HGSE's centennial year, Dean Bridget Long sat down with HGSE's living deans for far-reaching conversations on the school's history, their tenures at HGSE, and the evolving field of education.
Patricia Albjerg Graham
HGSE Dean Bridget Long interviews former HGSE Dean Patricia Albjerg Graham about being the first woman to lead a faculty at Harvard, the origins of the Human Development Program, and establishing the Urban Superintendents Program.
Jerome T. Murphy
HGSE Dean Bridget Long interviews former HGSE Dean Jerry Murphy about expanding the master's program, introducing the Student Research Conference at HGSE, and building relationships with public schools and The Principals' Center.
Ellen Condliffe Lagemann
HGSE Dean Bridget Long interviews former HGSE Dean Ellen Condliffe Lagemann about the establishment of the Public Education Leadership Project (PELP), the need for common course study at schools of education, and "Usable Knowledge" and linking research to practice.
HGSE Dean Bridget Long interviews former HGSE Dean Kathy McCartney about the Doctor of Education Leadership Program, launching a Ph.D. in education, and working to make HGSE more diverse and inclusive.
HGSE Dean Bridget Long interviews former HGSE Dean James Ryan about rethinking HGSE's master's programs, Fulfilling the Promise of Diversity, and encouraging more Harvard College students toward the field of education.