Harvard Horizons highlights the exciting scholarship of GSAS PhD students across the disciplines! Eight outstanding PhD candidates are annually chosen to receive in-depth, personalized mentoring and coaching designed to enhance their presentation skills. This year, the event will feature six of the eight 2020 Harvard Horizons scholars, who will deliver brief presentations before engaging with participants in answering questions about their work and the training process.
View the videos and visual materials from our participating scholars in advance on the GSAS Youtube channel.
The event includes:
Duo Chan, Earth and Planetary Sciences
Using Statistical Methods to Correct Physical and Social Biases in Climate Records
Tessa Charlesworth, Psychology
Can Implicit Biases Change?
Colleen Lanier-Christensen, History of Science
Toxic Rules? Evidence Standards for Regulating Chemicals
Bailey Sincox, English
Representing Female Revenge
James Valcourt, Systems Biology
Commitment Issues: How Do Human Stem Cells Commit to a Lineage during Development?
Catherine Zucker, Astronomy
Teasing Out Our True Milky Way
The 2020 Harvard Horizons Scholars also include:
Hardeep Dhillon, History
Indians on the Move: Law, Borders, and Freedoms in the Early 20th Century
Cori Tucker-Price, Study of Religion
In the Land of Milk, Honey, and Hollywood! Religion and Black Urban Life in Los Angeles, 1913–1953
Please join us!