October 25, 2012
PhD student’s goal is greater visibility for GSAS In elections held last spring, Oliver Hauser , a third-year PhD student in organismic and evolutionary biology and a fellow at Dudley House , became the first GSAS student in recent memory to be... Read More
October 25, 2012
HGWISE Mentoring Program recognizes the impact of a great role model The Harvard Graduate Women in Science and Engineering started its Mentoring Program in 2008 with the hope that by explicitly pairing women faculty members and gradu­ate students,... Read More
October 17, 2012
Applied physics PhD student Amanda Peters Randles showcases what “interdisciplinary” means today Every scholar recognizes the force of “interdisciplinarity” in today’s academy and acknowledges the appeal of new dialogues and collaborations between... Read More
October 17, 2012
Postdoctoral fellowships, long common in the natural sciences, now increasingly important in humanities and social sciences By Cynthia Verba GSAS Director of Fellowships While the pursuit of a postdoctoral fellowship has been a well-traveled path in... Read More
October 11, 2012
Harvard faculty and administrators will greet prospective applicants in Seattle at the 2012 SACNAS National Conference, an annual event aimed at advancing Hispanics and Native Americans in science. SACNAS (the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and... Read More
October 11, 2012
The past as vivid as the latest YouTube clip? Entrepreneurial PhD student says she'll make an app for that For most graduate students, passing their oral examinations is satisfaction enough. The morning after hers, PhD candidate in history Rhae Lynn... Read More
October 3, 2012
A secondary field can help you broaden your intellectual and professional portfolio The Graduate School added two new secondary fields to its roster of offerings last year, bringing the total lineup to 17 (listed below). These secondary fields... Read More
October 3, 2012
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences was among the sponsors of the inaugural Ivy Plus STEM Symposium & Workshop for Diverse Scholars, which took place on October 4–6, 2012, at the University of Pennsylvania. Read the University of... Read More
September 20, 2012
Preserving a passion for music amid the rigors of grad school, Aaron Kuan and the Dudley House Orchestra hit the right note What does the rapid sequencing of DNA through graphene nanopores have to do with playing solo violin? Not a lot. Ordinarily,... Read More
September 19, 2012
Congratulations to the GSAS students selected to coordinate Dudley House’s broad range of extracurricular offerings for graduate students this year! Coordinating Fellow Anshul Kumar (Sociology) Arts Tom Wisniewski (Comparative Literature) Tina Liu (... Read More

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