“The reality is, if we don't get off this planet, we have to figure out how to take care of it,” says pioneering astronaut and physician Mae Jemison.
“Whether you have kids in public schools or not, our future will be determined by what happens in our schools today,” says Pedro Noguera, an award-winning educator, activist, and author. Noguera kicks off weeklong Creativity Forum.
Topics ranging from Earth stewardship, history, human rights, and global pop culture appeal to diverse audiences
The series will welcome Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, John Irving, Michio Kaku, Diana Nyad, Leon Panetta and Dennis Ross.
This year’s June Fox Lecture on April 8 will feature Daniel Losen, Director of the Center for Civil Rights Remedies at UCLA, who is raising awareness of the consequences of harsh disciplinary measures, which disproportionately fall on students of color.
Professor Avgikos is an art critic and historian who is based in New York City.
Jennifer Bogard is an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate School of Education.
Division of Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
Come to our Open House and find out how a degree from Lesley University can help you advance your career or get started on a new path.
Attend a transfer information session to learn about our nationally renowned undergraduate programs in the arts, education, human services, and more.
Calling all high school juniors! Come to Cambridge on April 26 to see what your future would look like here.