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Monica Higgins named professor of education at HGSE

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Associate Professor Monica Higgins has been promoted to full professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). Higgins’ expertise is focused on areas of leadership development and organizational change, and her work straddles higher education and urban public schools. She joined the HGSE as an associate professor in 2007 after teaching at Harvard Business School for 11 years.

“In her research, Monica Higgins brings insights from organizational behavior to the study of leadership. In so doing, she has been able to identify the indicators that help or hinder organizational change,” said HGSE Dean Kathleen McCartney. “As our students will attest, Monica is an extraordinary teacher. And as her faculty colleagues know, she has already contributed a great deal to the community through her work in the planning of the new doctorate in education leadership (Ed.L.D.). I am thrilled for Monica as well as for the School.”

To read the full release, visit the HGSE Web site.