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What is the Tang Institute?

The Tang Institute exists to support student learning. We fund faculty fellowships—often in interdisciplinary teams—to learn about and engage with central questions in education today. We also connect our learning with other educational leaders, sharing and growing our best ideas with local and global communities.

At A Glance

Our Work   

Learn how the Tang Institute supports the interconnected learning experiences of Andover students and extends that learning out into the world

Our Fellows   

Faculty fellows design and lead projects that connect local and global communities on a range of topics, from ethics and computer science to mindfulness in daily life

The Workshop   

An immersive, interdisciplinary school term in which students explore a single topic through a variety of lenses, engage with community partners, and connect their learning to the broader world

Learning in the World   

Students participate in a range of global, community-based, and experiential opportunities across diverse disciplines and geographies

From Our Blog

Resources for Connecting, Learning, and Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A list of resources to help parents, teachers, and students create positive and productive practices

Connection and Beginner’s Mind

Tang Institute director reflects on the challenges and opportunities of teaching & learning remotely

A New Community of Learning: Introducing SATI (Student Advisors to the Tang Institute)

Inaugural student board will participate in shaping, evaluating, and improving the Institute’s work and impact.

What Makes Tulsa Term, Tulsa Term?

Andover's Workshop team traveled to Tulsa to soak up hard-earned wisdom from a program that has blazed a trail.

Mindfulness Speaker Series Sparks Conversation and Community-Building

A reflection of Matthew Hepburn's inspiring mindfulness and meditation events at Andover.

The Ethi{CS} Project: Teaching Ethics in the Computer Science Classroom

Software developers face many ethical dilemmas. Shouldn’t their training reflect ethical reasoning as well as coding?