is the dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Gerald S. Lesser Professor in Early Childhood Development. An internationally recognized authority on child development and early education, she was named dean in May and had been serving as acting dean since July As of July 1, 2013, she will serve as the 11th president of Smith College.
[Examiner.com] - Just seconds from the finish, Kathleen McCartney passed her to take the title. ABC's “Wide World of Sports” broadcast those final, agonizing minutes and the world watched Moss crawl across the finish line on her hands and knees, an act that is still
[Universitas Helsingiensis] - On Monday, June 4, Dean Kathleen McCartney of the US Harvard School of Education shared with Sahlberg and other Finnish education experts her challenging experiences with the American school system. According to McCartney, American public
[Hawaii Business Magazine] - The Ironman first became widely recognized when ABC's Wide World of Sports broadcast the emotional end to the race as women's leader Julie Moss collapsed less than 500 yards from the finish, losing to Kathleen McCartney. “TV coverage of that race
[Harvard Magazine] Jonathan B. Losos, Lehner professor for the study of Latin America and curator in herpetology; Diane J. Mathis, Grove-Rasmussen professor of immunohematology; Kathleen McCartney, dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education; James A. Robinson