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GSE Teaching Award

Matt Hartley

The 2004 recipient of the Graduate School of Education's Excellence in Teaching Award is Dr. Matt Hartley, an assistant professor in GSE's Higher Education Division. The award was presented at the school commencement ceremony on May 17.

Established to recognize intellectually challenging faculty members with a strong commitment to teaching and learning, the award is made annually by GSE's Student Affairs Committee. Students who made this year's selection described Dr. Hartley as "an exemplar of teaching, research, and advising ... [who] in his three years at GSE, has established himself as an advocate and selfless teacher for all students."

After earning his Ed.D. from Harvard University in Administration, Planning and Social Policy, Dr. Hartley was an instructor at Hobart and William Smith colleges and a teaching fellow and research assistant at Harvard, where he also served as co-chair of the editorial board for the Harvard Educational Review. His research and writing focus on governance and organizational change at colleges and universities.

 

 


  Almanac, Vol. 50, No. 34, May 25, 2004

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