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

  • August 31, 2015

    Game over: program developed by SEAS alumnus wins human-versus-computer strategy competition

    Score one more for the computers.

    In 1997, Deep Blue outmaneuvered Garry Kasparov in a legendary game of chess. Fourteen years later, Watson clobbered Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter in a historic “Jeopardy!” match. And now, Bot_Sharp has been crowned the first computer-program champion in an annual human-versus-machine strategy game competition.

  • August 24, 2015

    Srivastava developed an application that arms patients with information to battle cancer

    When one of Gitika Srivastava’s closest relatives was diagnosed with cancer, her family’s whole world was turned upside down.

  • August 19, 2015

    Lin uses her global skill set to open up a world of opportunities for entrepreneurs

    Jessica Lin, A.B. ’09, thought she had her future career in global public health all mapped out. A government and African studies concentrator, she had developed an interest in African cultures and public health during her teenage years. Just a few months before her graduation from Harvard, she had been accepted into a master’s of public health program at Columbia University.

    But an engineering course set Lin on a completely different path.