Rev. Gloria White-Hammond speaks. holding her left hand up.
Nov 15, 2018
Claire Renzetti and Gloria White-Hammond, the keynote speakers at Lesley’s inaugural Violence Against Women conference, address the continuing need for activism
Student Lesly Precil in a pink shirt hugs professor Jan Wall in a mustard sweater.
Nov 15, 2018
Lesley’s groundbreaking initiative helps educators and families develop resilience and manage trauma
An overhead shot of Brattle campus and the City of Cambridge with buildings and fall foliage.
Nov 15, 2018
A trio of Lesley leaders look at the past and the future of early childhood education
Wally the Green Monster mascot on the red carpet with an audience and photographers cheering for him.
Nov 15, 2018
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
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Nov 8, 2018
A weekly roundup of weekend events on campus and around town.
Lisa Genova speaks with Jared Bowen
Nov 8, 2018
Novelist and neuroscientist Lisa Genova uses storytelling to elicit concern and action on behalf of the afflicted
Nancy Carlsson Paige
Nov 13, 2018Defending the Early Years Project
Professor Emerita Nancy Carlsson-Paige's new guide helps parents negotiate technology with their kids.
Nancy Carlsson-Paige standing in front of chalkboard smiling
Nov 13, 2018Washington Post
Professor Emerita Nancy Carlsson-Paige offers help for parents concerned about their kids' technology intake.
Erin Lalley-Bauer standing on the street with two people, handing one person a plant.
Nov 13, 2018Buffalo News
Erin Lalley-Bauer ’10 creates beautiful floral arrangements at her Buffalo, New York business and has her own well-curated style.
Wayne Schatz stands between AARP Wyoming State Presidents Kate Sarosy and Sam Shumway.
Nov 9, 2018AARP Wyoming
AARP Wyoming honored Wayne Schatz, M.Ed. ’88, for his 39 years in education.
Nov 6, 2018Dillon Herald Online
Maurice Robinson ’08 is the Dillon High School Teacher of the Year. Robinson is a native of Dillon, South Carolina who teaches biology.
New trustee member Bopha Malone stands with her arms crossed in a blue suit.
Nov 6, 2018VOA Cambodia
Despite losing her bid for Congress, Trustee Bopha Malone (’13, ’14) has inspired young Cambodian-American women and fellow candidates.