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Union Block Party
GSAS

Grad Students Rally for Harvard to Remain Neutral in Union Effort

Staging a rally and delivering a letter to University President Drew G. Faust’s office, graduate students on Thursday demanded that Harvard remain neutral and not interfere as they push for the right to form a union.

Diversity in GSAS Departments
GSAS

Diversity in GSAS Departments

A Broken Pipeline: Minority Students and the Pathway to the Ph.D.
GSAS

A Broken Pipeline: Minority Students and the Pathway to the Ph.D.

Sciences Division

New Visa Policy Aids International STEM Students

For Harvard's international students, remaining in the United States after graduation can be complicated.

GSAS Writing Center
GSAS

GSAS Writing Center

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences will open a writing center for graduate students in the offices located on the second floor of Dudley House.

GSAS Writing Center
GSAS

GSAS to Launch New Writing Center Next Fall

The center will be staffed by a director and three writing fellows, who will specialize in the sciences, arts and humanities, and the social sciences respectively.

Graduate Student Council Votes and Talks Amicus Brief
FAS

Grad Student Council Condemns Amicus Brief Against Unionization

Clashing over issues ranging from the meaning of true democracy to the role of the Graduate Student Council, graduate students voted to pass a hotly contested resolution to condemn Harvard’s filing of a joint amicus brief against graduate student unionization at this month’s GSC meeting.

GSAS Students Protest Outside Massachusetts Hall
Central Administration

Graduate Students Rally Outside Mass. Hall for More Diversity

Demanding more diversity in Harvard’s doctoral programs, members of the graduate student unionization effort, along with undergraduates and university employees, rallied for the formation of a collective bargaining unit just steps away from University President Drew G. Faust’s office last Friday.

GSAS's Dudley House
Research

Grad Union Effort Pushes for More STEM Money

In an effort to combat stagnant science research funding, members of the Harvard graduate student union effort are publicizing a petition asking the 2016 presidential candidates to prioritize STEM funding a part of their platforms.

FAS

Contested Unionization Effort Tries to Drum Up Support

Members of the Harvard graduate student union effort formally launched the campaign “Working for a Healthy Harvard” last Wednesday in order to promote visibility for the issues graduate students face and to drum up support for their movement to unionize.

GSAS's Dudley House
Graduate School of Design

Ph.D. Students Air Concerns to GSAS Administrators

About 20 Ph.D. students in the Graduate School of Design and the History of Art and Architecture Department met with administrators on Wednesday to review student benefits and relay frustrations to the graduate school leadership.

GSAS Stipend Story Infographic
GSAS

GSAS Stipend Story Infographic

GSAS Stipend Story Infographic
GSAS

GSAS Increases Stipend for Ph.D. Students by 3 Percent

At the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Ph.D. student stipends have climbed annually by at least three percent for the past six years.

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Erin M. Hutchinson, an active member of the Harvard Graduate Student Union-United Auto Workers, is a teaching fellow for a course with subject matter that differs from her research focus.

Central Administration

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Leigh G. Senderowicz, a Doctor of Science (S.D.) student at the School of Public Health, is a teaching assistant and a full time student, also often working at external consultancies.