This January, don't just hibernate! Develop your professional skills, enrich your academic experience, and shake off the winter blues with something a little different. January@GSAS is an annual two-week program that takes place between the fall and spring terms at Harvard. Every year, students can take advantage of workshops, seminars, and recreational opportunities designed to help you get the most out of your time on campus.

January@GSAS

Jan 7, 2019 to Jan 18, 2019

GSAS students will be provided with exposure to current breakthroughs in cutting edge drug delivery technologies happening at Harvard, and in industry, changing the future of healthcare/medicine.

GSAS students should attend to learn about fresh innovations (2018-present) in drug delivery...

Jan 7, 2019 to Jan 18, 2019

BU’s Professor Vahamikos, specialist in early modern Spain and Anglo-Spanish relations and Cristina Perez have developed a course on Spanish Gothic and are delighted to share this proposal for the J Term at Harvard with you.

Cristina Perez has a PhD on Edgar Allan Poe’s...

Jan 17, 2019 to Jan 18, 2019

This course will offer GSAS students interested in mindfulness, design and/or UX research (UXR) a rare opportunity to discuss these topics and gain some hands-on experience learning UXR methodology.

Interested and beginner-level students will be introduced to the ways in which principles...

Jan 17, 2019

An enduring and adaptable form, Asian-style bindings are instantly recognizable. In this workshop, you will learn about this centuries-old craft by making your own Japanese-style book using traditional materials and techniques. Led by Harvard Library Preservation staff. All tools and materials...

Jan 22, 2019

Students receive feedback on their own proposal writing and also offer the same to their fellow students. The session is intended for students in the humanities and social sciences. By confining the discussion to opening paragraphs we will be able to achieve considerable focus. An even more...