Student Keidrick Roy works to give voice to Black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) through research that reveals their long-overlooked contributions to enlightenment thinking and through his teaching, activism, and art.
Jean Berko Gleason, PhD ’58, reflects on her time at GSAS, the field of psycholinguistics, and the groundbreaking “Wug Test” that forever changed scientists’ understanding of how children learn language.
The United States is in the midst of an epidemic. The illness can be fatal. The old are particularly vulnerable, but the young are increasingly affected as well. The poor and members of communities of color suffer disproportionately. The costs to... Read More
Friends Kaeleigh Cain and Patricia Sieweyumptewa have a lot in common. Both are Native Americans who grew up on a reservation. Both have a passion for service and for working with young people in their communities. And, until they participated in... Read More
Jan Iyer combines the life sciences with physics to reveal the hidden structures of the human inner ear. Her goal is to enable clinicians and researchers to see cells and neurons inside the inner ear so that they can better diagnose hearing loss and develop new ways to treat it.Read More
Dear GSAS Students, As many of you know, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a proposal to restrict visas for international students and scholars to two or four years. The proposed rule is open for public comment... Read More
October 23, 2020
Coronavirus, Dean's Messages, Student Affairs, Student Life
Dear GSAS Students, At the midpoint of the fall term, I wanted to provide an update on where planning stands for the spring 2021 term, and what you can expect over the next several months. Spring 2021 Term In July, FAS Dean Claudine... Read More
Dear GSAS Students, I wanted to make sure you saw the email sent earlier today from FAS Dean Claudine Gay. As you may recall, the Department of Education’s new regulations for responding to campus-based sexual harassment,... Read More
October 22, 2020
The Advising Project, Professional Development, Student Affairs, Student Life
Harvard’s Office of Career Services (OCS) is a critical part of students’ advising network and offers an impressive array of resources—from individual advising appointments to career fairs to events throughout the year.Read More