Dan Rather will address Lesley's Boston Speakers Series on April 22, 2015. This professor's prologue is by Donna L. Halper, PhD, Associate Professor of Communication at Lesley, and a former broadcaster.
The grand opening of the landmark Lunder Arts Center in Porter Square was a tribute to the arts, community, education, philanthropy and collaboration – a celebration of the past, present and future.
Alumnus Daniel Losen (M.Ed. '87), an expert in school discipline, addresses ‘Closing the School Discipline Gap.’ He presented the 19th annual June Fox Lecture on April 8, 2015.
The week-long Creativity Forum welcomed renowned leaders in the arts,
education and sciences to celebrate the important role creativity plays
Steven Hosking, who is in the dance/movement therapy program in the
Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, delivered the following
remarks at the Creativity Forum lecture in the Cambridge Rindge and
Latin School theater to welcome dance legend Twyla Tharp.
Student Elizabeth Santiago, who is in the PhD in Educational Studies program, delivered the introductory remarks at the Creativity Forum lecture in Marran Theater to welcome educator and activist Dr. Pedro Noguera.
Report: Boston Lacks ‘Cultural Competence’ In Teaching Black, Latino MalesAssociate Professor Vivian Dalila Carlo co-authors study on Boston Public SchoolsWBUR | Learning LabApril 7, 2015
Keeping WW2 history from being forgottenAssociate Professor Matthew Nash screens his documentary, “16 Photographs at Ohrdruf,” at Luxembourg City CinémathèqueLuxemburger WortApril 4, 2015Egg whites and isometrics for Twyla TharpDancer-choreographer Twyla Tharp kept a capacity crowd at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School on its toes the other night, speaking as part of Lesley University’s Creativity ForumThe Boston GlobeApril 03, 2015
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