Welcome to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University (GSAS). Each year, GSAS identifies and attracts the most promising students to form a dynamic and diverse global community, shaping them into visionary scholars, innovative educators, and creative leaders while encouraging...Read more
The first graduate of Harvard's Graduate Department was William Elwood Byerly, who received a PhD in mathematics in 1873. In 1890, the Graduate Department became the Graduate School of Harvard University as part of the the newly organized Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS). In 1905, the name was...Read more
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Harvard University is based in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts, and GSAS students study in nearly every School on campus. The GSAS administrative offices are located in Harvard Square, Cambridge.Read more