Scholarly Life

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, which awards the Harvard PhD, offers 57 degree programs, including interfaculty PhD programs with Harvard’s professional schools. PhD students may broaden their programs by enrolling in a growing number of secondary fields of study.

  • Harvard Horizons Symposium
    April 22, 2014

    Featuring short talks by the Horizon Scholars, eight PhD students whose ideas represent the best new thinking in their fields

  • Regalia Deadline
    April 9, 2014

    Orders for commencement regalia are due by, April 25 for PhD candidates!

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Q. Grad school is busy, but your workload is often self-regulated, self-paced, and unstructured. Tell us your secret for effective time management — whether it’s an app, a calendaring or email-management system, a grading tool, or a reading or writing aid.

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New master's in computational science and engineering

Posted Friday, 01 June 2012

The Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will launch a master’s program in computational science and engineering in the next academic year, with the aim of training leaders for a future in which large-scale computation and advanced mathematical modeling will propel innovation in fields from psychology to photonics.

The program, developed at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, will begin accepting applications in the fall for enrollment in September 2013. Applicants will apply through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

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