June 15, 2022
Anyone keeping up with the news these past few years knows what challenging times we live in. While being engaged in the world and our communities is important, current events—as well as those in our personal lives—can take a toll on our...
May 16, 2022
In her May 2022 column, Director of Student Services Danielle Farrell discusses ways for students to find balance and refresh during the summer months.
May 9, 2022
Each year, the GSAS Student Council (GSC) chooses its Commencement marshals to represent the School’s graduating class. Marshal nominations are made by members of the GSAS community, including students, the nominee’s graduate program administrator,...
April 15, 2022
You may have heard the term “ombudsman” before, but never really understood their role or what they offered. To give you the lowdown, Director of Student Services Danielle Farrell spoke this month with the Harvard Ombuds Office team.
March 15, 2022
New ODMA staff support inclusion and belonging in PhD programs across the University
March 15, 2022
In the March 2022 B-2 B-Well column, Student Services Director Danielle Farrell introduces and interviews the office’s new case manager, Keenan Bailey.
February 15, 2022
With the start of a new term, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or unsure how to start, especially with academic goals. Deadlines loom. You’re anxious to hit the milestones in your research. You can write that whole chapter in a week, right...
December 15, 2021
Student Services Director Danielle Farrell writes on the need to reflect on the year just past, restore ourselves, and renew our goals as 2021 comes to a close.
December 15, 2021
For two years, GSAS Resident Advisor (RA) Ronak Jain has helped make the far-flung residents of Conant Hall feel as welcome as she has ever since her first RA became the “one person with a smile” who made the residence halls seem like home.
December 15, 2021
GSAS Student Center Arts Fellow Jesse Han speaks with Communications about his work as a student leader, the community of fellows of which he is a part, and why you should always have a “scene leader” at a big dance.

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