SEAS participates in the Siebel Scholars program, established in 2001 to recognize the most talented students at the world’s leading graduate schools of business and computer science.
Each year, up to five outstanding full-time graduate students in computer science are honored as Siebel Scholars.
The Dean nominates the Siebel Scholars on the basis of outstanding academic performance and qualities of leadership. Each Siebel Scholar receives a $35,000 award to defray tuition and expenses in the final year of his or her graduate studies.
Beginning in fall 2011, SEAS welcomes applications for the Secondary Field in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE).
This Secondary Field is available to any student enrolled in a Ph.D. program in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, upon approval of a plan of study by the CSE Program Committee and the student’s home department Director of Graduate Studies.