News Watch the Centennial Kickoff Celebration President Bacow and deans from around Harvard University come together to mark the start of HGSE's Centennial, taking on the vital question of why education matters. Posted January 30, 2020 By News editor HGSE's Centennial Kickoff Thursday, January 30, 2020 3–4:30 p.m. Opening address by Dean Bridget Terry Long Address by Harvard University President Lawrence S. Bacow Panel Discussion: Why Education Matters Moderator: Dean Bridget Terry Long Panelists:Claudine Gay, Dean of the Faculty, FASDouglas W. Elmendorf, Dean of the Faculty, HKSNitin Nohria, Dean of the Faculty, HBSMichelle Williams, Dean of the Faculty, HSPH To learn more about the year-long celebration of HGSE's 100th anniversary, visit HGSE’s Centennial website, a central resource for Centennial events, stories, ways to get involved, and more. News The latest research, perspectives, and highlights from the Harvard Graduate School of Education Explore All Articles Related Articles Askwith Education Forum Future of Education: A New Vision for Higher Education in Indigenous Communities An essential conversation with five indigenous scholars and education leaders as we search to bolster and secure the future of higher education for indigenous communities and deliver on the promise of education Askwith Education Forum Future of Education: Human Development and Psychology – The Long View Panelists from the fields of neuroscience, media and technology, and adolescent development will discuss how far the field of human development has come, and where it could — and should — be going in the future. Askwith Education Forum Future of Education: Leading for Equity Leaders from three large and diverse public school districts share their insights about leading for racial equity.