The Bulletin is the student newsletter of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Printed eight times during the academic year, and updated continually online, the Bulletin profiles PhD and master's students and reports on GSAS news and events.

2019–2020 GSAS Student Center Fellows

The GSAS Student Center (known as Dudley House until July 1, 2019) employs a vibrant group of graduate students from GSAS as student center fellows to plan events, activities, and programming for GSAS students. Fellows usually serve for one to two academic years during their time at Harvard and come from across the disciplines.

Coordinating Fellow

Lindsey Brown, Applied Mathematics

Arts

Mina Gadalla, Applied Physics

Jiemin (Tina) Wei, History of Science

Athletics

William (Eamon) Callison, Human Evolutionary Biology

Computers, Website

Soubhik Barari, Government

Food Literacy

Yi Lu, History

Intellectual/Cultural

Thomas Hill, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning

Paul Johnston, Classics

Michael Ortiz, American Studies

Literary

Soubhik Barari, Government

Eleanor Ellis, Middle Eastern Studies

Christian Struck, Germanic Languages and Literatures

Music

Sarah Koval, Music

Max Murray, Music

Jacob Sunshine, Music

Outings

Zhi Lindsey Lin, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Etha Williams, Music

Public Service

Shandra Jones, Education

Social

Patrick Emedom-Nnamdi, Biostatistics

Rhine Samajdar, Physics

Magdalena Siwek, Astronomy

Gato Rojo Manager

Linda Zhao, Sociology

2019–2020 Resident Advisors

The Office of Residential Life is delighted to announce the students chosen as resident advisors for the 2019–2020 academic year. In addition to organizing activities in the residence halls, resident advisors also provide first-year students with someone who can speak candidly about all aspects of the graduate school experience.

Child

Basement—Francis Kiasisua, Public Policy (HKS)

First Floor—Robert Stone, Germanic Languages and Literatures

Second—Destiny Crowley, History of Art and Architecture

Third—Jennifer Shum, Engineering Sciences

Fourth—Jorge Wong, The Classics

Conant

First—Brandon Woods, Biological and Biomedical Sciences

Second—Amanda Speller, Health Policy

Third—Paul Le Floch, Engineering Sciences

Fourth—Ronak Jain, Economics

Perkins

First—Zachary Hayworth, Germanic Languages and Literatures

Second—Rebecca Stewart, Germanic Languages and Literatures

Third—Hardeep Dhillon, History

Fourth—Somayeh Chitchian, Doctor of Design (GSD)

Richards

First—Nicole Bush, Molecular and Cellular Biology

Second—Jason Anesini, Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Third—Radha Blinderman, South Asian Studies

GSAS Student Center Fellows and Resident Advisors Announced

Photo by Aníbal Martel Peña