GSAS is pleased to announce the 2020 Harvard Horizons Scholars, who have been selected by the Harvard Horizons Faculty Fellows as representatives of the extraordinary researchers who make up Harvard’s PhD community. These eight students form the eighth class of the Society of Horizons Scholars, a fellowship cohort that offers opportunities for long-lasting community, mentorship, and professional and academic growth. The scholars will receive in-depth mentoring on the art of effective presentation, preparing them for a campus-wide symposium on April 6, 2020, at 4:30 p.m. in Sanders Theatre.
Read about Catherine Zucker’s work on nearby stellar nurseries, known as the “Radcliffe Wave.”
The 2020 Harvard Horizons Scholars
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?
Hardeep Dhillon, History
Indians on the Move: Law, Borders, and Freedoms in the Early 20th Century
Colleen Lanier Christensen, History of Science
Making Standard Knowledge and Knowledge for Standards: Regulating Chemical Risks and International Trade, 1970–2010
Bailey Sincox, English
Representing Female Revenge
Cori Tucker-Price, Study of Religion
In the Land of Milk, Honey, and Hollywood! Religion and Black Urban Life in Los Angeles, 1913–1953
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