Undergrad Profiles

Terrence McKenna '14

McKenna, an engineer in the making, has much to explore (and the freedom to do so).

Aaron Watanabe '14

Watanabe didn't realize how much he loved Computer Science until his website got hacked.

A globetrotter, by design

William Marks '13 departed Harvard with a hat trick of achievements: a Fulbright Scholarship, which will send him trekking across northern India this fall; a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which will pay for his doctoral studies at Cambridge University, UK; and an offer of admission to Harvard Business School’s 2+2 MBA program.

"I don't think there's any place quite like it"

Scott Yim '13 studied biomaterials to help reduce medical costs abroad.

Carolina Ragolta '13

The engineering concentrator was named one of the Crimson's "15 seniors to meet before they graduate."

Designing a cleaner future

Rachel Field '12 created a thesis project that helps recycle e-waste in developing nations.

Olga Zinoveva '12

Studying Computer Science at Harvard has unleashed Zinoveva's creativity.

Why I chose Harvard

Aspiring engineer Madhura Narawane ’12 explains why she “chose Harvard.”

Choose to reuse

Henry Xie '11, developed an online space for swapping office supplies, furniture, and other used or surplus items from Harvard’s workplaces

Lubomir Malo '11

Studying Applied Mathematics at Harvard, Malo has learned to apply himself to any field.

Peyton Greenside '11

Around the world and across the river: Greenside follows Applied Mathematics wherever it takes her.

Morgan Pope '11

"What I found when I came here that really defied my expectations," says Pope, "was a lot of really down-to-earth people."