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Beth’s responsibilities include: compiling and distributing electronic newsletters; maintaining the centrally-managed content on www.seas.harvard.edu and acting as a resource and for locally-managed content on the same site; reviewing and reporting on web and social analytics; designing print and digitally-displayed materials; and supporting school-wide events.
News Manager, Science and Technology Communications Officer
Leah is the Science and Technology Communications Officer and News Manager for SEAS. Her responsibilities include generating press releases, stories, and multimedia content that illuminate and extend to new audiences the science and research at SEAS, connecting SEAS faculty with media and supporting the School's social media feeds.
Communications Project Manager, Print and Web Designer, Photographer
Eliza manages the day-to-day operations of the Communications Office. She designs and/or art directs the design of SEAS print materials, websites, signage, and SEAS-branded gifts. She also manages web, video, and other special projects initiated by the Communications or Dean’s Offices; photographs SEAS community members, research, and activities for use in press releases and in SEAS publications; and provides overall project management for communications-related activities.
Assistant Dean for Communications and Strategic Priorities
Paul oversees the communications, events, and community outreach functions at SEAS and supports strategic priorities of the Dean. He serves as the School’s primary Public Information Officer.
Adam writes news articles and features about student activities at SEAS, as well as profile stories and news briefs on alumni. He is also responsible for producing the monthly alumni e-newsletter and managing the school’s social media channels, and contributes to various multimedia projects.
The SEAS Communications Office works closely with the Harvard Public Affairs & Communications Office.
Harvard University Public Affairs & Communications
114 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Faculty of Arts and Sciences