Browse the latest media coverage and announcements about the Harvard Extension School, our staff, students, and alumni.
How to Make Effective Climate Policy — and Policymakers
Imagine the government has imposed a $50-per-month tax on fossil fuels. Should that money be banked, gathering interest for future investment in climate adaptation? Or should it be spent immediately in developing countries hit hardest by climate change? The matter…
Allan A. Ryan, Dogged Pursuer of Nazi Collaborators, Dies at 77
Longtime Harvard Extension School professor Allan Ryan has died.
Continuing Ed Convocation Is a First Visit to Campus For Some
Harvard's Division of Continuing Education convened for 2022 Convocation.
You can earn your online master’s in cybersecurity at these Ivy League schools
If you’re looking for an East Coast-based program or have always dreamed of earning a degree from an Ivy League school, you have a few options. Three Ivy League schools offer online master’s degree programs in cybersecurity: Harvard University, Brown University, and Columbia University.Fortune rounded up the details of these three online master’s programs including curriculum information, class profiles, and application details.
Report: Results of 2021 Student Satisfaction Survey
We conducted a survey to assess student satisfaction with the online learning experience. See how we compare to benchmarks of peer institutions.
What happens next in Ukraine?
As Russia launches a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, experts at Harvard discuss Russia's motivations and potential next moves, as well as steps the United States should take to deter Russia from taking aim at other European nations.
83-year-old great-grandmother on Harvard course: ‘I almost feel guilty that I’m having such a good time’
Eighty-three-year-old great-grandmother Barbara Ingram, 83, is enrolled in her fourth semester of continuing education at Harvard Extension School.
The Benefits of Requiring Office Hours for Students
In this piece published by Inside Higher Ed, faculty member Zachary Nowak explains that requiring office hours for students has significant benefits for both the instructor and the students. Students appreciate being incentivized to do something that actually helps them.
DCE Uses Portable Technology to Support Students Learning Remotely
Harvard Extension School instructors can now accommodate teaching students learning both in person and remotely in nearly every classroom thanks to HELIX (Harvard Extension Live Interactive Experience).
Extending Our Gratitude to the Extension School
The Harvard Crimson Editorial Board recently expressed support and appreciation for Harvard Extension School and its mission of extending lifelong learning opportunities to a global population. “…The very founding mission of the Extension School — which prioritizes being accessible and…