The State of Continuing Education
The State of Continuing Education focused on how leaders can drive sustained impact. These are Dean Nancy Coleman's top five insights and key takeaways from the discussion.
Thoughts on the Report on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery
Read Dean Nancy Coleman's letter to the DCE community about her thoughts on President Bacow's release of Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery.
Dean Nancy Coleman Speaks With Consejo de Colegios Mayores Universitarios de España
Nancy Coleman, Dean of Harvard: "If we want to remain relevant in our profession, we must never stop considering ourselves university students."
A Shifting World, A Shifting Leadership Paradigm
Nancy Coleman, dean of Harvard's Division of Continuing Education, writes about the challenges of leadership in the world of professional, online and continuing (POC) education. While always both unique and exciting, existing challenges leaders have always faced are now compounded by truly seismic shifts such as today's racial reckoning, climate change, and a global pandemic.
New Ad Campaign Highlights Breadth, Inclusivity of Harvard Division of Continuing Education
Cambridge, Mass.—Harvard University’s Division of Continuing Education (DCE) is launching a new campaign this week aimed at elevating DCE’s profile and building greater awareness of DCE and its signature brands: Harvard Extension School, Harvard Summer School, Professional Development Programs,…
Mindmaxing Podcast: Episode 17 with Nancy Coleman
In an interview with Lee Maxey, Nancy discusses the importance of making time for reflection, how to create value for today’s students, and the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on higher education broadly and distance learning more specifically.
The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) Announces Websites’ Redesign
The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) announces the redesign of the Division’s main website and pages for all of its programs: Harvard Extension SchoolHarvard Summer School,Professional Development Programs,Harvard Institute for Learning in RetirementHarvard Extension Alumni…
Online Takes Off
When DCE moved entirely online in response to the crisis, the results proved both unexpected and surprising. Enrollment at Harvard Extension School rose by 5%, while Harvard Summer School reported an enrollment increase of 13%. Both DCE units anticipate continued…
How Colleges With Hybrid Instruction Can Support Online Students This Fall
Ensuring that remote and in-person students get the same quality of education when they take classes together can be challenging for administrators and instructors alike. But with the right technology and creative thinking, it is possible.