Current Students

  • During the Engineering Pathways event hosted by the Harvard University Office of Career Services on Feb. 7, SEAS alumni panelists discussed the new and exciting roles they’re pursuing within various organizations to effect positive change on the world.

  • A group of freshmen had the opportunity to learn scientific principles and bioengineering techniques during BioSTAR, an intensive one-week program hosted by the Active Learning Labs as part of Wintersession.

  • Students build musical instruments to showcase physics knowledge

    Chatter, laughter, and the sounds of various instruments being plucked and played filled the lobby of Pierce Hall on the morning of Dec. 4.

  • Follow along as Lyra Wanzer builds an electroadhesive treaded robot for her senior capstone project

  • For his project in the capstone course Engineering Design Projects (ES 100), Stansell addressed the issue of nitrate leaching, which has economic and environmental costs.

  • Students build Rube Goldberg machines to test their knowledge of physics

    Students fused multiple physics concepts and a variety of simple machines as they built Rube Goldberg machines for the course Physics as a Foundation for Science and Engineering (AP 50).

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