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How to Choose a Graduate Program
Choosing a graduate program can be daunting. This guide will provide insight on how to get started.
MBA vs. IO Psychology: A Program Comparison
Learning more about how these two popular business degrees can move your career in different directions may help you choose the right one for you.
Bearing Witness to Ukraine War Through Eyes of Refugees
Documentary photographer, alum travels world to raise awareness of plight of those fleeing violence, persecution
Faculty Aide Program Leads to Book and Publishing Collaborative
What is a successful example of faculty-student mentorship? Learn how a student and faculty member helped each other in their careers.
Six Benefits of Connecting with an Enrollment Coach
Thinking about pursuing a degree or certificate at Harvard Extension School? Learn more about how working with an enrollment coach will get you off to a great start.
Professor Reflects on Enduring Memories of Toni Morrison
On the eve of what would have been Morrison’s 91st birthday, Davíd Carrasco shared stories from his 32-year friendship with the Nobel laureate.
Graduate Returns as Sustainability Program Director
"This new role allows me to give back to a program that helped shape my professional career." Welcome Harvard Extension School’s new director for the Sustainability and Global Development Practice programs, Lindi von Mutius, ALM ’05! Read more on Lindi’s journey back to HES and what she envisions are top priorities for the program as we face global world challenges.
Learning Strategies That Work
In this faculty insight, Dr. Mark A. McDaniel shares effective, evidence-based strategies about learning to replace less effective but widely accepted practices that are rooted in theory, lore, and intuition.
Building a Career in Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Today's workplace is evolving quickly. Baby boomers are retiring while Gen Z is just entering the workforce. And technology is rapidly changing where people work and how they communicate and collaborate.
10 Skills You Need to Become an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist
Workplaces around the world are evolving quickly to meet rising employee expectations and cultural shifts that value wellbeing and retention as much as productivity. The field of industrial-organizational psychology gives companies the means to keep up in an ever-changing environment.