Terry Aladjem has served as the Executive Director of the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard. There he led the Blended Learning Support Team for faculty engaged in teaching innovations using online and multimedia sources, piloted the seminar on Designing the Courses of the Future for graduate students, and oversaw training for Teaching Fellows in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. He runs a summer program on Teaching Excellence for faculty at University College Roosevelt in the Netherlands and recently spoke at the University of Amsterdam on the aims of interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Terry is also a Lecturer on Social Studies, an honors program at Harvard College, and teaches a course on Law and American Society. He is a recipient of the Stanley Hoffmann Prize for Excellence in Teaching in Social Studies (2007), and of the Star Family Prize for Excellence in (Faculty) Advising at Harvard College (2015). Terry’s doctorate is in political theory. His book, The Culture of Vengeance and the Fate of American Justice, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2008.
Terry works with the Incubator’s faculty director and staff to support and enhance institutional partnerships; facilitate interdisciplinary conversations among students and faculty from across the university; mentor and engage graduate students and teaching fellows; and contribute to the development of novel teaching resources focused on global health and global learning.