The SEAS Communications Office is responsible for the writing, design, production of the School's primary website, Intranet site, print media (including newsletter, admissions and recruitment materials), and all ancillary publications dealing with the School. We welcome your questions, comments, and suggestions. Email us.
SEAS Newsletter (published biannually: Fall/Winter; Spring/Summer)
The SEAS Newsletter covers news, events, and major activities at SEAS. Total circulation: ~8,000, including SEAS Alumni, SEAS Community, VIPs at Harvard, top engineering programs in the U.S. and abroad. We welcome ideas for future stories. Please send these and any correction notices to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEAS Fact Brochure (published each Fall)
The SEAS Fact Brochure is a short overview of SEAS (including highlights of our academic and research programs).
SEAS Undergraduate Brochure (published every 1-2 years)
The SEAS Undergraduate Brochure is “recruitment” piece intended for prospective students and their parents.
SEAS Undergraduate Flip (published every 1-2 years)
The SEAS Undergraduate Flip (two-sided information card) is “recruitment” piece intended for prospective students and their parents.
SEAS Graduate Brochure (published each Spring)
The SEAS Graduate Brochure is “recruitment” piece intended for prospective graduate students. The brochure is mailed, each year, to the top programs in engineering in the U.S. and abroad.
SEAS Graduate Studies Poster (Published each Fall)
The SEAS Graduate Poster is “recruitment” piece intended to help with recruitment. The poster is mailed, each year, to the top programs in engineering in the U.S. and abroad.
SEAS New Faculty Card (Periodic)
The SEAS New Faculty Card announces the latest appointments to SEAS. The card is mailed, each year, to the top programs in engineering in the U.S. and abroad.
SEAS Annual Report (Published each Fall)
Delivered to the Harvard President and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
SEAS Faculty Research Area Directory (Published 1-2 times per year)
The SEAS Faculty Research Area Brochure lists SEAS faculty by area of research specialty.
SEAS Undergraduate Concentration Guides (Published Each Fall)
We suggest prospective and current students considering Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Engineering Sciences at Harvard look at our undergraduate guides.
The SEAS Vision Document was published to coincide with the launch of SEAS on September 20, 2007.
The SEAS public website URL is www.seas.harvard.edu
Comments, questions, or requests regarding the content on the SEAS website should be sent to: email@example.com
Comments, questions, or requests about the functionality of the SEAS website should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All new SEAS printed publications should pass through the SEAS Communications Office during the concept phase to ensure that they follow our established graphic standards.
Requests for assistance with writing, editing, or design should be submitted via email to email@example.com. If the Communications Office is not able to assist directly we will recommend alternative resources.