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.
The SEAS public website URL is www.seas.harvard.edu
The SEAS Intranet website URL is intranet.seas.harvard.edu
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Comments, questions, or requests regarding the content on the SEAS website should be sent to: email@example.com
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Research Area e-Letters
Blogs of Note
A blog from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Communications Office.
My Biased Coin
My (faculty member Michael Mitzenmacher) take on computer science -- algorithms, networking, information theory -- and related items.
The sequel to the MISinformation newsletters, a blog by faculty member Margo Seltzer.
Bits and Pieces
Blog by faculty member Harry Lewis
The Occasional Pamphlet
Blog by faculty member Stuart Shieber
Primary Print Publications
SEAS Newsletter/TopicsThe SEAS Newsletter covers news, events, and major activities at SEAS. Total circulation: ~10,000, 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, mailing address changes, or new free subscription requests to us.
(published biannually: Fall/Winter; Spring/Summer)
SEAS Fact Brochure
The SEAS Fact Brochure is a short overview of SEAS (including highlights of our academic and research programs).
University-based Publications and Websites
Harvard-based publications reach a broad, wide audience (upwards of over 300,000 individuals, including staff, faculty, students, alumni, friends, and the general public).
The main website for the University. Typically updated once a day.
Published each Thursday during the regular academic year (with ongoing online coverage during the summer months). Circulation: Delivered free to faculty and staff offices, undergraduate residences, and other locations around the University.
Published each day during the regular academic term (with ongoing online coverage during the summer). Circulation: The entire Harvard campus.
Published bimonthly. Circulation: All Harvard alumni (College and all schools); staff; friends and VIPs; and subscribers. Approximately 250,000 + Harvard Magazine is an independently edited and separately incorporated affiliate of Harvard University. It is the only publication covering the entire University that is also regularly distributed to all graduates, faculty, and staff.
HarvardScience is an online publication of the Harvard Office of News and Public Affairs devoted to all matters related to science at the various schools, departments, institutes, and hospitals of Harvard University.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences alumni newsletter. Circulation: GSAS alumni, FAS faculty.