Internal Report Reveals Harvard Uses An Army of Non-Tenured Faculty To Teach One-Third Of All Courses

By Radhika Jain, Matthew T. Lowe, and Kevin J. Wu David J. Malan ’99 (far right in the photo below), whose introductory computer course CS50 has seen enrollment more than triple since he took over four years ago, epitomizes Harvard’s recent emphasis on good teaching. But that hasn’t guaranteed him a permanent job. Even as the Faculty of […]

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