Late last month, Harker DEI director Brian Davis attended the International Peace Research Association Conference in Trinidad and Tobago.
Grade 7 science teacher Raji Swaminathan recently published her second book about the elements, titled “The Alkaline Earth Metals – ROCKS and BONES!”
Upper school English teacher Charles Shuttleworth is giving a keynote lecture at this year’s Lowell Celebrates Kerouac Festival.
Teachers bring new methodologies, in-depth studies and sunshine to classrooms through Vegesna grants
Each year, the Raju and Bala Vegesna Foundation’s Teacher Excellence Program at Harker launches a group of teachers on voyages of discovery.
Abigail Joseph, the middle school’s learning, innovation and design (LID) director, was named one of the first-ever recipients of the Computer Science Teachers Association’s Equity Fellowship.
Vegesna Foundation grants help empower students, expand focus on character and core learning strengths and open up new literary worlds
Each year, a number of Harker teachers are awarded grants to further their teaching skills thanks to the Raju and Bala Vegesna Foundation’s Teacher Excellence Program at Harker and here is the summary of their efforts.
A special Faculty Retreat was held on Feb. 9 to promote sustainability principles and practices among Harker faculty. The event – organized by Harker’s Sustainability Committee – featured talks and activities regarding Harker’s future plans to reduce waste and emissions and what actions can be taken by the entire community.