When Harvard classes moved online, PhD candidate and teaching fellow, Phil Fahn-Lai (S. Pierce Lab), used his background in graphic and web design to tackle the online challenges for students in OEB 126: Vertebrate Evolution. The course's labs involve hands-on observation of the MCZ's Vertebrate Paleontology collection. Determined to make the classroom experience meaningful for the remote students, Phil approached the Derek Bok Center's Learning Lab to design a custom web app for the course. In collaboration with members of the Pierce lab, Phil used photogrammetry to scan and create...
HarvardOEBCongratulations to Peter Girguis, recipient of the 2020 Petra Shattuck Excellence in Teaching Award!
The award was established by the Harvard Extension School in memory of Petra T. Shattuck, a distinguished and… t.co/GYJBD3AbOC
HarvardOEBRewan Abdelwahab, Integrative Biology (IB) concentrator in OEB, says the four trips to five countries during her years at Harvard helped define and shape who she is
As a first-year student, Rewan visited… t.co/eqA06qPrQp