December 19, 2022
Nine scholars appointed, studying topics from gravitational waves to mental health and a new approach to air conditioning
December 9, 2022
For many, the holiday season’s combination of festivities, family, and food makes this time of year joyous. If you're one of the nearly 29 million Americans who deal with an eating disorder at some point in your lifetime,...
December 5, 2022
JB Michel, PhD '10, the founder of Patch Biosciences, talks about the personal story behind his interest in genetic medicine, his company’s mission to find new cures for disease, and how the support he found at GSAS inspired him to take on big challenges.
November 15, 2022
As a young film scholar, Raymond De Luca, PhD ’22 casts his gaze on the old Soviet Union, exploring the ways that filmmakers portrayed animals while building a communist culture—and probing the animal-human divide. In so doing, he offers insight into how humans perceive distinctions between themselves and animals—and how those perceptions can be challenged.
November 4, 2022
In the November 2022 episode of Colloquy , we discuss the history of our electoral system and the state of our democracy with Harvard Kennedy School Professor Alex Keyssar.
October 31, 2022
A physicist who investigates the ­properties of organic molecules discusses his work--and his surprising career in musical theater.
October 21, 2022
Despite the challenges of nearly 400 million guns in the hands of US civilians and 45,000 gun deaths in 2020, GSAS alumnus David Hemenway of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health says that citizens can work together to improve gun safety and public health, even in places where gun rights are sacrosanct.
October 20, 2022
PhD student Naima Green-Riley studies the public diplomacy of the United States and China. She finds that engagement with foreign publics does deliver benefits—but not always the ones that policymakers hoped for.
October 17, 2022
As a PhD candidate in chemistry at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) Kerr is working on an alternative battery technology—redox flow—that makes use of pumped liquid electrolytes to store energy.
October 11, 2022
Malinda McPherson, PhD '22, is changing the way that scientists understand how people hear—and how culture shapes the experience of music.

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