UCLA Newspaper Features Archer Researcher in Residence’s Efforts to Bring Harvard Course to High School Students

The UCLA Daily Bruin recently wrote about UCLA professor and former Archer Board of Trustees Chair Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz's plans to bring her Harvard course on adolescence to Archer, which will be the first school to offer the high school-adapted course next school year.
Dr. Natterson-Horowitz, whose daughter is an Archer alum, is a visiting professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard. She told the UCLA newspaper that she decided to launch her project at Archer because of its commitment to science education for girls. “There’s such an air of possibility working with her. We are going to try this model, so that other schools can use this curriculum as well,” Head of School Elizabeth English told the paper. Read more
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