Alumni

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

  • May 9, 2016

    Applied math alumnus uses data to make marketing more effective

    The average American is exposed to somewhere between 3,000 and 20,000 brand messages each day, according to marketing research firm Media Dynamics, Inc. Amid all that noise, only about a dozen ads make an impact on each potential consumer.

  • April 11, 2016

    When it comes to research, this accomplished statistician-anesthesiologist keeps an open mind

  • February 21, 2016

    Special delivery: alumna’s startup puts essential technologies into the hands of those who need them most

    As she hitchhiked her way across sub-Saharan Africa, Jackie Stenson found herself feeling more and more frustrated.

  • February 8, 2016

    50 years ago, Jeff Tarr, A.B. ’66, developed first computer dating service

    Computerized courtship has become a pervasive part of contemporary culture, with more than one in five adults now searching for romance using dating websites, according to a Pew Research Center study. The $2 billion online dating business traces its humble beginnings to a Harvard dorm room, where two students came up with the concept that revolutionized dating.

  • December 16, 2015

    SEAS alumnus develops mobile robots that break the bounds of 3D printing

    3D printing is revolutionizing the way objects are created, from plastic toys to ceramic dental crowns. But the seemingly boundless possibilities of 3D printing technology have one major limitation—the printers themselves, which are large, bulky, and stationary.