Director of the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT)
Erin Driver-Linn is Associate Provost for Institutional Research and Director of the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT). As Associate Provost for Institutional Research, Erin and the Office of Institutional Research produce internal and external research projects to support university priorities. Her office addresses a range of strategic issues, from Harvard's competitive environment and globalization to the future of research funding and changing trends in admissions and financial aid. She also oversees institutional reporting of data to the Department of Education, the production of the University Fact Book, and the coordination of university accreditation. As Director of HILT, Erin helps facilitate faculty experimentation with innovative pedagogies and works to forge collaborative ties among teaching and learning experts within and beyond the university. Before joining the Office of Institutional Research in 2008, Erin was Associate Director for Research at the Bok Center and Lecturer in the Harvard Department of Psychology, where she received her Ph.D. in experimental social psychology.
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