Welcome to Our Alumni Community

As an alumnus or alumna of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), you are a member of a worldwide community of more than 8,000 global leaders in business, government, nonprofits, and academia.

What do SEAS alumni go on to do?

We Want to Hear from You

Have you started a company? Developed an innovative technology? Done something wild and unexpected? The Office of Communications is on the lookout for great alumni stories to share. Contact us.

We encourage alumni to visit campus and speak to students about their experiences. If you are interested, please contact Dean Francis J. Doyle III.

We collaborate with alumni to identify internship opportunities for current SEAS students. If your company is interested in offering a summer internship, please contact Keith Karasek.

Alumni News

  • January 10, 2017

    Beyond the laboratory

  • December 20, 2016

    At Shutterstock, this alumna uses technology to develop picture-perfect products

    Picture this—you are a marketing professional searching online for a stock photo. You have a specific image in mind – an empty country road on a somewhat sunny day with a red bicycle leaning against a split rail fence – but can’t find exactly what you’re looking for using a keyword search.

  • November 29, 2016

    From stargazer to space entrepreneur

    Growing up in rural eastern Colorado, Dan Nevius, S.B. ’11, could see plenty of stars from his backyard. Gazing at those tiny points of light, he dreamed about the vastness of space and the thrill of exploring uncharted territory.

  • October 27, 2016

    Jim Tung, A.B. ’81, shares insights with SEAS students

    Technologist Jim Tung, A.B. ’81, recently returned to Harvard to share insights from a career in mathematics with a group of John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) students.

  • October 24, 2016

    Redfin CTO uses data to re-think real estate

    After spending nearly a decade working at Boston-area software companies, Bridget Frey, A.B. ’99, found herself preparing for a cross-country move to Seattle. With each twist of the real estate process, she became more frustrated by the challenges of selling a home and buying a new one in an unfamiliar city.