May 20, 2020
For some students, the pressures of pursuing a PhD would be challenging enough. For Blakely Bussie O’Connor, who will receive a PhD in bioengineering in May 2020, it was only the beginning. During her six years at GSAS, O’Connor became a mother, a... Read More
February 18, 2020
Sophia Rosenfeld, PhD ’96, is Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches European intellectual and cultural history. In her latest book, Democracy and Truth , Rosenfeld explains how lessons from the... Read More
December 11, 2019
When Jorge Wong, a PhD student in the classics, first moved to Cambridge, he lived by himself as his wife was a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles. Wong chose to stay in the GSAS residence halls because they... Read More
April 29, 2019
PhD candidate Scott Richardson wants to use food literacy to create a healthier, more equal world.Read More
April 23, 2019
Pursuing a master’s degree in regional studies–Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia helped Sebastian Engels prepare for a career as a foreign area officer.Read More
April 9, 2019
“These are lucky bus tickets,” McKenzy “Kenzy” Seifert says, flipping over her phone to show me an array of small laminated tickets printed in Cyrillic and lodged under her phone case.Read More
April 1, 2019
A serial innovator, Kopin Corporation founder seeks to enable the next technological revolutionRead More
March 29, 2019
Alexandra Schultz's research on monumental libraries overturns what we think we know about the world’s most famous library.Read More
March 22, 2019
As a PhD candidate in applied mathematics, Fernandes asks how glass sponges might provide inspiration for the design of stronger bridges and buildings.Read More
March 18, 2019
Mateo Jarquín adds a new perspective to scholarship on the Sandinista Revolution.Read More

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