Videos from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)

Start-Up Career Fair

Harvard's Office of Career Service (in partnership with the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Harvard's Innovation Lab) and hosted a career fair featuring representatives from entrepreneurial and start-up organizations. Harvard students at all levels were invited to come learn about jobs and internships and discover exciting opportunities available in the start-up field.

jDesign Workshop

IDEO workshop at SEAS pushes the limits of engineering design into psychology, marketing, and freewheeling creativity

Engineering in the Wild

Undergraduate students describe their work on Professor Rob Wood's RoboBees project where they develop micro air vehicles for pollination, search and rescue, and environmental monitoring.

Engineering for Society

Students discuss the opportunities they had for using their Harvard SEAS education to tackle social problems that exist in the real world.

Engineering for Life

Insights into the hands-on research opportunities at SEAS and Harvard.

Engineering the Harvard Way

Learn from students and alumni about their personal experiences in pursuing engineering at Harvard.

Hack Harvard

The participants and organizers of the winter break program, Hack Harvard (HackH4rv4rd), share their experiences.

Innovation in the Classroom: Engineering a Solution

Undergraduate student Barry McKenna '14 talks about his experience taking Engineering Sciences 51.

Innovation in the Classroom: The Science of Cooking

Both science and non-science concentrators talk about the excitement of learning applied science principles through cooking and being taught by famous chefs from around the world.

Innovation in the Classroom: CS 50 Fair

Students from a wide variety of concentrations talk about the value of Computer Science 50 (CS 50) and the excitement of the CS 50 fair.

Can Robots Play Soccer?

Autonomous Multi-Robot Systems: The focus of the project-based class was autonomous robot soccer, based on the Robocup small-size robot soccer league (using robots by the RFC Club) and a new attempt at creating an epuck based robot soccer.

Engineering a Renaissance: The Launch of SEAS

A video prepared for the launch of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Thursday, September 20, 2007.