SEAS

SEAS Construction
SEAS

SEAS Construction

Harvard Provost Alan M. Garber ’77, Mayor Martin J. Walsh, and President Drew G. Faust stand against the backdrop of the Science and Engineering Complex’s completed steel framework.

Net Neutrality
Politics

Some Professors Caution Against Net Neutrality Rule Change

As the FCC prepares to vote on a proposal to dismantle current net neutrality rules, some Harvard professors at cautioned against several aspects of the proposal.

SEAS Construction
City Politics

Walsh, Faust Place Final Steel Beam on New SEAS Complex

The ceremony marked the completion of SEAS complex’s steel framework, a project expected to cost over $1 billion.

Faculty Retention
SEAS

Internal Report Shows Poor Retention for Harvard Women in STEM

The report claims the retention rate for female faculty in STEM departments at the University is almost 20 percent lower than the retention rate for male faculty since 2000.

CS 182
College

CS 182

Sebastian Gehrmann answers a question from a student after the Computer Science 182: “Artificial Intelligence” lecture Tuesday afternoon.

Amazon Prime
SEAS

Faculty Express Mixed Feelings on Boston’s Amazon Bid

Harvard experts in urban planning, technology, and sociology say Amazon's potential landing in Boston would have likely deep ramifications for the city—both good and bad.

Sketching Big Data
On Campus

Sketching Big Data

Jelani Nelson, an associate professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences, gives a lecture on sketching big data, as a part of the Science Research Public Lecture Series.

Basque Culinary Center
On Campus

Basque Culinary Center

Idoia Calleja, Director of Masters and Courses at the Basque Culinary Center, provides an overview of her school and its offerings Wednesday afternoon in Northwest Labs. This event also featured chef Diego P. Vasquez, an associate professor at the Basque Culinary Center.

Presidential Search and SEAS Mass Hall Code
Features

Bridge Over the River Charles

Whether or not Harvard’s next president holds an engineering degree, SEAS and its role in Harvard’s future will constitute a central part of their tenure.

SEAS
SEAS

SEAS Runs Largest Deficit in FAS

SEAS ran a $9.1 million deficit in fiscal year 2017, a shortfall that made up the vast majority of the FAS's total $11.7 million deficit.

The Science and Engineering Fair
Student Groups

In Engineering Recruiting, Students Take Charge

As SEAS looks to boost its recruiting profile for engineering jobs, SEAS students are flocking to extracurricular groups to gain experience and professional connections.

Breaking the Silicon Ceiling
SEAS

Students Promote Computer Science Professor for Harvard Presidency

Some students are launching an online campaign in an unconventional effort to promote Computer Science professor Margo I. Seltzer ’83 as a possible candidate for Harvard's presidency.

SEAS
SEAS

With Six New Hires, SEAS Continues Growing Faculty

The SEAS has hired six new faculty members, the largest addition to the school’s faculty since it hired a “bumper crop” of eight professors in 2015.

SEAS

Harvard Kicks Off Data Science Initiative With Seminar

Harvard marked the official launch of a new Data Science Initiative Monday afternoon, kicking off a multi-year plan aimed at bringing the University to the forefront of the field.

Allston Bound
SEAS

Allston Bound

Passengers board the shuttle heading for Allston outside Lamont Library. In Allston, construction is progressing at Harvard’s new center for Engineering and Applied Sciences.