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Passions and perspectives, inquiry and discovery, campus and community. Explore our alumni, student, and faculty stories; event listings; and career and academic articles.

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Portrait of Victoria Tatarinova in downtown Boston

An Alumna's Path to a Consulting Career

Student Success Story

From Russia to the United States, a path of precision and serendipity.

Working Toward a Just World

Faculty Insight

For Mathias Risse, a government instructor, the question of global justice is one of the great challenges of our time.

The Poetry Evangelist: Elisa New on the Power of Poetry

Faculty Insight

A Harvard scholar explores poetry online with her Extension students around the world.

How to Ace an Interview

Article

Career advisor Linda Spencer provides sound tips for excelling at your next interview.

5 Tips for Changing Careers

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A Harvard career advisor provides advice for those looking to make a career change.

Chris Brown, a graduate of Harvard Extension School

Student Research Leads to a New Understanding of the Brain in Mental Health

Student Success Story

Chris Brown’s research on the brain of mental health patients has led to a new understanding of the roots of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. 

Networking: Make Your Contacts Count

Learn how to build relationships and connect with people who can help you explore career options.

Ted Johnson

From the Navy to Harvard to the White House

Student Success Story

One alumnus’ story of triumph at Harvard

LinkedIn for Networking, Career Building, & The Job Search

Take full advantage of LinkedIn, grow your professional connections, and open up to new opportunities.

MLA Citing and Referencing: Why, When, How

Understand how to format, cite, and document a paper in MLA format.

Powerful Public Speaking #4: Preparing to Lead - Advanced Public Speaking Skills

Explore some of the key techniques for capturing audience members' minds, hearts, and imaginations.

Statue of James Joyce

Why You Should Try to Read Ulysses—Again

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It's never too late to mount another effort to read the Irish classic. 

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