Harvard Graduate School of Education Dean James Ryan announced today three postdoctoral fellows — Diamond Bravo, Mariam Durrani, and Jarvis Givens — as part of the newly developed Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellowship for Faculty Development. The fellowship, supported in part by the President’s Office, prepares outstanding recent doctoral graduates from diverse backgrounds for successful faculty careers in the education. They will join HGSE this July for the two-year fellowship.
“I am thrilled to welcome Diamond, Mariam, and Jarvis to the HGSE community. Their backgrounds are incredibly impressive, as is their current work. Each has conducted essential research on how educators can better serve diverse populations,” Ryan said. “Just as I know our students and faculty will benefit from their scholarship and teaching, I am sure that each of these fellows will also have a powerful impact on the broader field of education, and I am delighted that HGSE will play a role in preparing them to do just that.”