How Higher Ed Can Compete With Silicon Valley
"What makes the Division of Continuing Education different from some of our other competitors, particularly those in the business industry, is that we are a comprehensive research institution that can draw upon research conducted by our faculty. We can draw on a strong pool of practitioners we bring in to teach some of the non-credit programming that integrates some of that research."
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,…
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.
Nancy Coleman Named New Dean for Division of Continuing Education
Coleman will succeed Huntington D. Lambert, who retired from DCE last December after six years as dean. Coleman, the first woman to lead DCE as dean, will start in her new role next month. Read…
Continuing On with Continuing Ed
The Division of Continuing Education has done important work in striving to fulfill the needs of students seeking education at all stages of their professional and intellectual journeys, and we applaud its efforts. Read The…