Askwith Forum Empowering Youth as Changemakers
Askwith Forum - Teens and Sex: Navigating from Shame and Regret to Integrity and Wellness
Speaker: Peggy Orenstein, Author, Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape and Cinderella Ate My Daughter Moderator: Deborah
Mayoral Race - Growing Seattle - A Candidate Forum on Transportation and Housing
Seattle is the fastest growing city in the nation, presenting both opportunities and challenges. How will Seattle’s next mayor and the city councilmember from district 8 lead Seattle through this time of growth and change? How will they solve our transportation and housing challenges as we experience this rapid growth? How do they see transportation, land use, and housing as being connected? How will our new leaders ensure all Seattleites have the ability to walk, bike, and take transit to where they need to go? What strategies will they implement to make living in Seattle’s beloved neighborhoods affordable to all? What does equity mean in the context of transportation and land-use decision making?
These are the types of themes that will be explored at our Growing Seattle Forum for the 2017 Seattle Mayoral race and City Council District 8 race!
Emcee: Erica C. Barnett
Mayoral Candidates: Bob Hasegawa, Cary Moon, Jenny Durkan, Jessyn Farrell, Mike McGinn, Nikkita Oliver
Co-hosts: Capitol Hill EcoDistrict, Cascade Bicycle Club, Feet First, Futurewise, Impact Hub Seattle, Puget Sound Safe, Renter Power, Seattle Bike Blog, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, Seattle Subway, Seattle Transit Blog, Transit Riders Union, Transportation Choices Coalition, The Urbanist, Washington Bikes
When: Thursday, June 22nd 5:30-8:00 (Doors open at 5:00)
Where: Impact Hub, 220 2nd Ave South, Seattle, WA 98104
Learning at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Current HGSE students reflect on the various forms of learning during their student experience.
Lift Off: From the Classroom to the Stars
Gutman Library Distinguished Author Series: Donovan Livingston
Donovan Livingston is an award-winning educator, spoken word poet, and public speaker. In 2016, his Harvard Graduate School of Education convocation address “Lift Off” went viral, reaching over thirteen million views. A believer in the enormous opportunities that education provides, Livingston inspires students, educators, and communities with his conviction that every child has the right to “lift off” and achieve their dreams.
School Education in 21st Century
A talk by Fernando Reimers at the Azim Premji University
About the Topic
Prof Reimers is known for his research and writings on Education Scholarship and School Leadership in Latin America (which in a sense makes it more relevant to India than if it were USA). In this talk he would share his research in that region and carve out lessons for India
About the Speaker
Fernando M. Reimers is the Ford Foundation Professor of International Education and Director of Global Education and of International Education Policy at Harvard University. He teaches courses on the relationship between education policy, democratic citizenship, instructional improvement and educational innovation and social entrepreneurship. His current research focuses on educational innovation and the impact of education policy, leadership, and teacher professional development on literacy competencies, citizenship and advanced skills and competencies. He is conducting research on school leadership in Brazil; evaluating a multi-country initiative to support civic education in Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Paraguay; evaluating the impact of a curriculum to teach entrepreneurship to high school students in the Middle East. He recently led the development of a global studies K-12 curriculum for Avenues, a global network of independent schools. He serves on the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education and on the Educator Preparation Advisory Group tasked with developing a 21st century educator preparation system.
He earned Doctoral and Master's degrees in education at Harvard University and obtained a Licenciatura en Psicologia at the Universidad Central de Venezuela. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters by Emerson College for his work advancing global education.
City Leaders Forum - June 19, 2017
The first City Leaders Forum focused on Christchurch's city centre.
Askwith Forums: Education in a Diverse and Globalizing World
• Roger Brooks, president and CEO, Facing History and Ourselves
• Maureen Costello, director, Teaching Tolerance, Southern Poverty Law Center
• Stephanie Jones, Marie and Max Kargman Associate Professor in Human Development and Urban Education Advancement, HGSE
• James E. Ryan, dean and Charles William Eliot Professor, HGSE
Moderator: Fernando Reimers, Ed.M.’84, Ed.D.’88, Ford Foundation Professor of Practice, director, International Education Policy Program and Global Education Innovation Initiative, HGSE
Askwith Forum: Being and Becoming an Education Leader
Moderator: Stacey Childress, CEO, NewSchools Venture Fund
Norman Atkins, Co-Founder and President, Relay GSE; Founder and Board Chair, Uncommon Schools
Carl Cohn, Director of the Urban Leadership Program and Clinical Professor, School of Educational Studies, Claremont Graduate University
Peter Gorman, Executive Vice President, Education Services, Amplify
Irma Zardoya, President and CEO, NYC Leadership Academy
What does it take to lead a school system today? How can we recruit, prepare, and support aspiring system-level leaders? Join moderator Stacey Childress, CEO of NewSchools Venture Fund, as she discusses successful education leadership with former leaders from school districts and charter management organizations. Together they will focus on how leadership pipeline programs can best meet the challenge of recruiting and equipping leaders with the necessary knowledge and skills to be effective.
Forum in conjunction with the Building Leadership Pipelines convening.
World Economic Forum on Africa 2017: An Insight, an idea with Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba
World Economic Forum on Africa 2017: An Insight, an idea with Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
Thanks for watching please subscribe channelFinance Minister Malusi Gigaba speaks to the World Economic Forum's Adrian Monck in a wide-ranging interview about South Africa, being Finance minister and more.
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AJC Global Forum 2013 H.E. Tzipi Livni, Justice Minister of Israel
Introduction: Stanley Bergman, Chair, AJC National Board of Governors
H.E. Tzipi Livni, Justice Minister of Israel
H.E. Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel (via video)
HarvardEducation Live Stream
2014 Education Innovation Pitch Competition
BRIDGE @ HGSE holds an annual Education Innovation Pitch Competition. Every year, teams of students and alumni from across Harvard University and beyond come together to present innovative solutions to current problems in education. As a pitch competition, the focus is on the idea and its potential for impact.
This year, we followed one of the finalists -- Neelam Pol, Ed.M. candidate.
BRIDGE @ HGSE is an organization that aims to unite students, professors and professionals from all of Harvard's graduate schools and the college to foster the future of education innovation within a shared, collaborative space.
Urban Food Policy Forum: How Will Technology Influence Food Workers in the Next 10 Years?
Empowering youth and women to be community changemakers: Amanda Stuermer at TEDxBendSalon
Amanda is the founder and executive director of World Muse, a social change organization that provides year-round programs and events to cultivate and activate the potential of women and girls as catalysts for change. In her talk she will discuss how we can inspire women and girls to become change leaders in our community.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Cultural Diplomacy Forum on India | Part 3
Panel: The convergence of innovation, expanding workforces and opportunity
Sahra English, Global Trade Policy Vice President, MasterCard
Diane Farrell, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia, U.S. Department of Commerce
Kathryn Karol, Vice President for Global Government and Corporate Affairs, Caterpillar
Vivek Kumar, Founder and CEO, Qlicket Inc.
Moderated by Puru Trivedi, Director of Corporate Relations, Meridian International Center
Askwith Forums: What is a Good Citizen and How Do You Create One?
**Note the 5 p.m. start time.**
Callie Crossley, radio and TV host, WGBH; media commentator
Michelle Fine, distinguished professor, The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)
Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director, Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life, Tufts University
Moderator: Meira Levinson, professor of education, HGSE
The election highlighted deep divisions in American society. As we think about civic education we must take stock of these challenges: especially around diversity, marginalized groups, divided parties, digital democracy, and the pressures for more global perspectives. The panel members will bring expertise from research, practice, communication and policy to the discussion.
This forum is in conjunction with the Association for Moral Education (AME) 42nd Annual Conference.
Learning to Treat Each Other with Respect
Stephen Mahoney, longtime school leader and associate director of the Harvard Teacher Fellows program, on how students can learn to thoughtfully interact with one another other — and with challenging ideas. Produced for the One and All series by Usable Knowledge.
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Cultural Diplomacy Forum on India | Part 2
Panel: The impact of cultural and educational exchanges in forging closer ties between India and the U.S.
Mandar Apte, Producer/Director, From India with Love
Dr. Mahasveta Barua, Adjunct Professor of English, University of Delaware
David Mees, State Department Liaison to the Smithsonian Institution
Moderated by Michelle Bekkering, Director, Global Initiatives and Senior Gender Advisor, International Republican Institute
Post-budget Public Forum
In this special post-budget public forum, some of the best ANU economic, policy and political brains dissect the 2017 Federal Budget. With big changes expected in tertiary education funding, housing finance, healthcare and more this panel tackle the big issues and ask the big questions.
This panel features insights from Dr Sharon Bessell, Professor Miranda Stewart, Professor Warwick McKibbin and Professor John Hewson. The event is moderated by Ms Catherine McGrath from McGrath Media.
HGSE Commencement 2017!
Bill Drayton | Harvard Üniversitesi Askwith Forumu
Ashoka'nın kurucusu Bill Drayton 27 Nisan 2017 tarihinde gençlerin güçlendirilmesi konulu Harvard @Askwith Forum'un açılış konuşmasını yaptı. Bu konuşmasında Ashoka'nın vizyonundan ve gençlerin fark yaratmaları için güçlendirilmelerinin öneminden bahsetti.
Konuşmanın devamını izlemek için linke tıklayabilirsiniz.
Building Adult Capabilities to Improve Child Outcomes: A Theory of Change
This 5-minute video depicts a theory of change from the Frontiers of Innovation community for achieving breakthrough outcomes for vulnerable children and families. It describes the need to focus on building the capabilities of caregivers and strengthening the communities that together form the environment of relationships essential to children's lifelong learning, health, and behavior.
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Askwith Forum - Religious Freedom: Inclusion, Exclusion, and the Role of Education
Moderator: James E. Ryan, Dean and Charles William Eliot Professor, HGSE
• Diane L. Moore, Senior Lecturer on Religious Studies and Education and Senior Fellow at the Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School
• Farah Pandith, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; former Special Representative to Muslim Communities, U.S. Department of State
• Fernando Reimers, Ed.M.’84, Ed.D.’88, Ford Foundation Professor of Practice in International Education and Faculty Director, International Education Policy Program, HGSE
Recent debates about immigration, discrimination, and national identity have often overlapped with those about religion, belonging, and citizenship. In our global landscape, we find ourselves living alongside neighbors whose beliefs and practices are quite different from our own. With this diversity, there is a growing need worldwide to discuss religious freedom — and its limits — in democratic societies. These are not easy conversations, and the tone of recent debates about religious freedom suggests that we need to get better at talking about these issues, or else risk further polarization.
Using as a starting point George Washington's 1790 Letter to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island — a landmark in the history of religious freedom in America — this interdisciplinary panel will explore inclusion and exclusion through the lens of religious differences. Join us as we consider the role that education can play in promoting informed and civil conversation about religious freedom and the responsibilities of citizenship in a democracy.
This forum is being held in collaboration with Facing History and Ourselves and the George Washington Institute for Religious Freedom.
Askwith Forum: Everybodys Talking about Equity, But Nobody Knows the Meaning of the Word
Moderator: Charles Ogletree, Jesse Climenko Professor of Law and Director, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, Harvard Law School
Remarks: Robert Peterkin, Professor of Practice, Emeritus, HGSE
Introduction: Deborah Jewell-Sherman, Ed.M.’92, Ed.D.’95, Professor of Practice, HGSE
• Jennifer Cheatham, Ed.M.’06, Ed.D.’10, Superintendent, Madison Metropolitan School District, WI
• Joseph Davis, Ed.M.’00, Ed.D.’08, Superintendent, Ferguson-Florrisant School District, MO
• Stephen Zrike, Jr., Ed.M.’03, Ed.D.’10, Receiver of the Holyoke Public Schools, MA
The equity mission of urban school districts — to provide an excellent education to all students — is more difficult than ever to achieve. This Askwith Forum examines the social responsibility superintendents bear in leading their districts in educating underserved students. How can these leaders move their districts beyond providing “equity of access” to achieve “equity of outcomes” with students’ more advantaged peers? Our panel of urban superintendents shares their unique perspectives on this work with Charles Ogletree, and Robert Peterkin closes the evening by examining the implications for future leadership practice.
This forum is being held in conjunction with the Urban Superintendents Program convening in celebration of the USP program, which began 25 years ago.
Part of HGSE's Fulfilling the Promise of Diversity community conversation.
Forum 3 Mayıs 2017 / Ayşenur Arslan, Enver Aysever, Merdan Yanardağ, Barış Terkoğlu / Tele1 Tv
Enver Aysever, Merdan Yanardağ ve Barış Terkoğlu; Tele1 Tv - 'Forum'da Ayşenur Arslan'ın moderatörlüğünde gündemdeki konuları konuştular. (03.05.2017)
Youth Changemaker Journeys
Explore the extraordinary journeys of three changemakers who are leading their own movements for social change and promoting the core skills of empathy, teamwork, fluid leadership and changemaking. These youth refuse to wait for solutions to be discovered by others in the future. These changemakers are building a better tomorrow today, and are boldly creating new pathways for fighting poverty, protecting our planet and building understanding.
Youth Venture is building an ecosystem--across schools, companies, organizations and youth networks--that values and supports young changemakers.
To advance people and planet, we must build an 'Everyone a Changemaker' world.
Interviews were conducted on the sidelines of the 2015 Ashoka Future Forum in Washington D.C.
Special thanks to Adobe Youth Voices and Zach Ingrasci from 'Living on One' for donating footage from his movie, and to Eden Full (SunSaluter) for sharing photos.
Interviews were shot by Magnet Media and conducted by both Youth Venture and Magnet Media.
Video production and editing by Good Fight Media and Youth Venture
Askwith Forums - Driving Change: Challenges Superintendents Face in Urban Schools
Tom Boasberg, superintendent, Denver Public Schools
Tommy Chang, superintendent, Boston Public Schools
Kaya Henderson, former chancellor, District of Columbia Public Schools
Andrés A. Alonso, Ed.M.'99, Ed.D'06, professor of practice and co-chair, Public Education Leadership Project (PELP), HGSE
When it comes to leading reforms in urban school districts, superintendents face a unique set of challenges – often with highly fractured constituents and stakeholders, limited operational capacity, enormous achievement gaps, a lack of resources, and a dependency on the state.
How can superintendents drive radical change and innovation in their districts? How do they conceive of their roles in relation to the problems they are trying to solve? What are the lessons learned about theories of action, strategy, and implementation?
In addition to discussing experiences with the management of large, city school districts, this forum will also explore the larger accountability environment in urban school districts and the changes set into motion by the Every Student Succeeds Act, and discuss what gets in the way and what fosters improvement in these settings.
Change Makers for a Better World: Youth in Conversation with the Dalai Lama
On October 31, 2015, His Holiness the Dalai Lama was joined by youth leaders Jacarrea Garraway, Vivienne Harr, and Noa Machover for a conversation on youth and leadership.
Askwith Forums – Race, Equity, and Leadership in Schools: A Conversation with Beverly Daniel Tatum
Beverly Daniel Tatum, president emerita, Spelman College
Deborah Jewell-Sherman, Ed.M.'92, Ed.D.'95, professor of practice and faculty co-chair, Race, Equity, and Leadership in Schools, HGSE
Mary Grassa O’Neill, senior lecturer on education and faculty co-chair, Race, Equity, and Leadership in Schools, HGSE
Encouraging Classroom Debate
A teacher at the Springfield Renaissance School in Springfield, MA, describes how she prepares students to engage with controversial topics in the classroom. Produced for the One and All series by Usable Knowledge.
Askwith Forum: A Conversation with University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan
Speaker: Teresa A. Sullivan, President, University of Virginia
Discussant: Judith McLaughlin, M.A.T.’71, Ed.D.’83, Senior Lecturer on Education; Faculty Director, Higher Education Program; Educational Chair, Harvard Seminar for New Presidents, HGSE
Introduction: James E. Ryan, Dean and Charles William Eliot Professor, HGSE
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan will describe the significant challenges and opportunities faced by higher education leaders today. She will discuss principles of effective leadership that can create a culture of shared leadership at all levels of a university or other organization.
Askwith Forum: Transforming Teaching
Moderator: Jal Mehta, Associate Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education
• Anthony S. Bryk, Ed.D.’77, President, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
• Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Associate Professor of Raza Studies and Education, San Francisco State University; Co-Founder, Teaching Excellence Network
• Randi Weingarten, President, American Federation of Teachers
Imagine a world in which every child has a great teacher, where strong graduates choose teaching careers, and where knowledge about good teaching is readily available and accessible. In this Askwith Forum, our panel explores ways to transform the teaching profession into one that is committed to building practitioners' skills over time. Join us as we examine what it would take to develop the systems, the institutions, and the teachers we need to achieve educational equity and prepare all students for the challenges of the future.
What Happens When China Becomes Number One? | Institute of Politics
Kishore Mahbubani, Dean and Professor in the Practice of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, discussed the history of China’s rise, and how the United States’ current behavior will influence the future actions of China. The Forum was moderated by Dean David Ellwood.
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Askwith Forum | Income Inequality and Americas Schools
On February 13, 2014, Greg Duncan and Richard Murnane presented at an Askwith Forum in HGSE's Longfellow Hall, entitled Income Inequality and America's Schools. Paul Reville moderated, and Martha Minow, Clarence Page, and Sonja Brookins Santelises discussed.
Ashoka & Bill Draytons Birthdays
Ashoka staff sing Happy Birthday to Founder & CEO BIll Drayton (June 15, 2011).
2011 marks Ashoka's 30th Anniversary.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Breaking Boundaries, Creating Solutions | One Harvard
Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a general education course at Harvard, harnesses undergraduate interest in socially conscious business by allowing them to tap into Harvard Business School faculty and the innovation lab's (ilab) resources. It brings the faculty and case teaching methods of Harvard Business School to undergraduates from a range of disciplines.
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Kellyanne Conway FULL HEATED Debate With Clinton Campaign At Harvard December 1, 2016
Aides for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump got pretty heated about the election aftermath during a Harvard University forum yesterday.
Based on multiple reports from the event, it’s clear that Team Clinton is still pretty frustrated with how the campaign was covered and what Trump himself was doing during the campaign.
According to The Washington Post, Clinton campaign official Jennifer Palmieri said, “If providing a platform for white supremacists makes me a brilliant tactician, I am proud to have lost. I would rather lose than win the way you guys did.”
That led to this fierce back and forth: Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s campaign manager, fumed: “Do you think I ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform?” “You did, Kellyanne. You did,” interjected Palmieri, who choked up at various points of the session. “Do you think you could have just had a decent message for white, working-class voters?” Conway continued. “How about, it’s Hillary Clinton, she doesn’t connect with people? How about, they have nothing in common with her? How about, she doesn’t have an economic message?”
Robby Mook and Joel Benenson pointed out at one point that Clinton won the popular vote, and according to ABC News, this resulted in Conway saying, “Hey guys, we won -– there’s no need to respond.”
She also told Team Clinton, “Guys, I can tell you are angry, but wow. Hashtag he’s your president. How’s that? Will you ever accept the election results? Will you tell your protesters that he’s their president, too?”
The Daily Beast rounded up some of the audience reactions to what they witnessed: Much of the audience was unimpressed with what was seen as childish behavior fueled by still fresh memories and wounds from a vicious campaign. Others were more amused. “This is gonna be good stuff for the history books!” one audience member said. “It’s like a goddamn foodfight,” another observed with a smirk.
You can listen to the full audio of the roundtable above.
Arabs: Americas Imaginary Enemy -- A Talk from the Front Lines of the Middle East
Arabs: America's Imaginary Enemy -- A Talk from the Front Lines of the Middle East, featuring Nemr, a Lebanese/American Stand-Up Comedian who is credited with establishing and pioneering the stand-up comedy scene throughout the Middle East where he performs in English.
HGSE Convocation 2017
School Violence -- Marian Wright Edelman and John Merrow Askwith Forum
The recent Newtown school shooting, resulting the death of 20 children, focused America's attention on the issue of violence in schools. This forum focused on myriad issues relating to mental health, gun control, school security, and other violence prevention strategies.
Introduction: Kathleen McCartney, dean and Gerald S. Lesser Professor in Early Childhood Development, HGSE
Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund.
John Merrow, education correspondent, The PBS NewsHour; president, Learning Matters
Elaine Zimmerman, executive director, Connecticut Commission on Children
Askwith Forum: A Space of Their Own? Girls, Women, and STEM
Moderator: Karen Brennan, Assistant Professor of Education, HGSE
Kimberly Bryant, Founder, Black Girls CODE
Maria Klawe, President, Harvey Mudd College
Jane Margolis, Ed.M.'88, Ed.D.'90, Senior Researcher, UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
Stephanie Wilson, Astronaut, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Girls and women are significantly underrepresented in many areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education and STEM professions. In this group conversation, we will discuss what factors contribute to female underrepresentation in STEM, why female underrepresentation is problematic, and how to support broader participation.
Askwith Debates – School Vouchers: Friend or Foe?
Cynthia G. Brown, senior fellow, Center for American Progress
Howard Fuller, distinguished professor of education and director, Institute for the Transformation of Learning, Marquette University
Helen F. Sunny Ladd, Susan B. King Professor of Public Policy Studies and professor of economics, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
Patrick Wolf, professor and 21st Century Chair in School Choice, University of Arkansas
Moderator: Martin West, associate professor of education, HGSE
Askwith Forums: Life, Animated: Autism, Ableism, and Educators
Speaker: Ron Suskind, author, Life, Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist; lecturer, Harvard Law School Discussants: • Tom Hehir, Ed.D.’90, Silvana and Christopher Pascucci Professor of Practice in Learning Differences, HGSE • Michael Stein, visiting professor and executive director, Harvard Law School Project on Disability Ron Suskind will speak about Life, Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism, the book and award-winning documentary about reaching his autistic son through Disney characters. He will engage in conversation with Michael Stein of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability and HGSE Professor Tom Hehir. This forum is being held in conjunction with the Disability and Equity @ Work: The Power of Policy, Myth and Practice from Higher Education to Employment conference. Conference sponsored by HGSE Access and Disability Services, the HGSE Office of Student Affairs, the Harvard Law School Project on Disability, and the New… Type of Event: Forum. Question & Answer Session. Program/Department: Alumni. AskWith Forum. Building/Room: Askwith Hall. Contact Name: Roger Falcon. Contact Email: email@example.com. Contact Phone: 617-384-9968. Sponsoring Organization/Department: Harvard Graduate School of Education. Registration Required: No. Admission Fee: This event is free and open to the public. RSVP Required: No. Thursday, October 6, 2016, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Longfellow Hall 13 Appian Way Cambridge, MA 02138.