Contacts & Resources
Currently enrolled students seeking additional information on our academic programs and/or advising information should contact:
Assistant Dean for Academic Programs
Director of Undergraduate Studies for Applied Mathematics
Assistant Director for Undergraduate Studies in Applied Mathematics
Director of Undergraduate Studies for Biomedical Engineering
Assistant Director for Undergraduate Studies in Biomedical Engineering
Director of Undergraduate Studies for Computer Science
Director of Undergraduate Studies for Engineering Sciences
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies for Engineering Sciences
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies for Environmental Science and Engineering
Directors of Undergraduate Studies for Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
Undergraduate Academic Programs Administrator
Students in Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have complete access to the opportunities, advising, and resources through the Office of Career Services (OCS) including summer funding, research opportunities, and study abroad. Additionally, a host of specialized programs and services are designed specifically for students in the engineering and applied sciences disciplines.
Undergraduate Career Advising
Anthony Arcieri, Director of Career Services for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is available for specialized assistance exploring careers in the engineering and applied sciences fields.
Anthony is available via:
- Drop-ins at Pierce 110 on Thursdays, 2-4pm (no appointment necessary)
- Drop-ins at OCS on Wednesdays, 2-4pm (no appointment necessary).
- Appointments at OCS every day.
Graduate Student Career Advising
SEAS graduate students on a non-academic path can meet with Anthony, or with the GSAS career advisors at OCS who specialize in academic path and industry career advising for graduate students.
Anthony J. Arcieri
Director of Career Services, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
The Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH), based at SEAS, helps faculty create and deliver innovation and entrepreneurship project courses, provides students with project support and sponsors, and advises student groups working to build the Harvard innovation community.
Contact: Paul Bottino
Innovation Space. The lively and dynamic “Innovation
Space” offers resources for experiential innovation
education and provides Harvard's undergraduate student innovators with
their first ever dedicated environment for learning and working in
teams on entrepreneurial projects.
Contact: Paul Bottino
The Laboratory at Harvard. A new forum and platform for idea experimentation in the arts and sciences at Harvard University, The Laboratory at Harvard (The Lab) catalyzes the development of Harvard student and faculty ideas in the arts and sciences through work-in-progress exhibits, monthly Idea Nights, and annual experiments between leading inter- national artists and Harvard University scientists.
Harvard Entrepreneurship Forum. The Harvard College Entrepreneurship Forum (HCEF) was created in 2006 to fill in the gap of entrepreneurial resources for Harvard undergraduates. Though still a young organization, HCEF stands out for its plethora of events throughout the year, broad and passionate membership base, and meritocratic character.
Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs (501c3) is a Harvard Alumni Association Shared Interest Group dedicated to the advancement of entrepreneurship and the ideals of leadership and learning. Since its beginnings, the group has served as a meeting point for founders worldwide. HAE celebrates entrepreneurs from all of Harvard's schools
The Teaching Labs at SEAS and the related machine shop in the Physics Department support the educational mission of the school by providing students with hands-on experience using state-of-the-art technologies.
Contact: Anas Chalah