January 23, 2019

Podcast: Tamar Szabó Gendler ’83

Listen in for a discussion about higher education and the responsibility institutions have in owning their histories.
by Jenny Barker

In this episode of Every Quarter, educator and alumna Tamar Szabó Gendler speaks with Andrew Housiaux, Currie Family Director of the Tang Institute, about changing face of higher education and the responsibility prestigious institutions have in owning their histories. They also discuss Gendler’s experience with the Mellon Foundation’s New Directions program, wherein Gendler essentially became a full-time student at Yale during the 2009–2010 academic year, completing coursework in psychology, neuroscience, and statistic

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