Resources

The Office of Academic Programs works with other offices at SEAS and throughout Harvard to enhance the student experience while here at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Please contact these individuals and offices for more information:

     

    SEAS Office of Experiential and Career Development

    Keith R Karasek

    Director of Experiential and Career Development
    Pierce 215

    Keith is located in the SEAS Office of Experiential and Career Development for questions about career services and events, internships, job fairs, student clubs, and NECTAR student funding.

    Additional information on Career Services can be found at the university-wide Office of Career Services.

    SEAS Active Learning Lab

    Anas Chalah

    Assistant Dean for Teaching and Learning
    Pierce G2A

    Contact Anas in the SEAS Active Learning Labs for questions on the teaching labs, machine/instrumentation shops, and January term (J-term).

    SEAS Office of the Executive Dean for Education and Research

    Julia C Lee

    Executive Director for Education and Research
    Pierce 216

    Contact Julia with questions on intellectual property/contract issues and undergraduate research.

    Technology and Entrepreneurship Center

    Paul B. Bottino

    Executive Director of Innovation Education
    Cruft 304

    Contact Paul in the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH) for questions about entrepreneurship opportunities.

    Audio-Visual Assistance

    Richard McGirr

    Audio/Visual Specialist
    Maxwell Dworkin 114

    Contact Rich if you need assistance figuring out AV for a specific event, including qualifying exams and dissertations, classroom presentations, and meetings. 

    Common Harvard University Resources for SEAS Students

    Contact the Harvard College Admissions Office with questions about undergraduate admissions. SEAS is not involved with the undergraduate admissions process and all questions should be directed to the Harvard College Admissions Office.

    The Harvard College Writing Center is available to undergraduate SEAS students who need assistance in all aspects of their writing, from specific assignments to general skills. 

    The Center for Writing and Communicating Ideas (CWCI) seeks to provide SEAS and other GSAS students with the means to enhance the clarity and depth of their communications.

    For help with teaching, students can contact the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.  By supporting experimentation, innovation, and evidence-based practices, the Bok Center seeks to create transformational learning experiences for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates in Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

    Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) has a variety of other resources specifically for graduate students, including support services through the Office of Student Affairs

    Harvard Bureau of Study Council offers workshops, counseling, and tutoring on a variety of topics. 

    Diversity Peer Educators for Undergraduates are trained student facilitators who utilize their passion for inclusion, intersectionality, and social justice to help create a better Harvard community.  

    Office of Sustainability at Harvard University has developed university-wide programs to fuel-on-the-ground action and collaborative problem-solving related to environmental and social sustainability on campus. They provide information and assistance for students hoping to become active in green teams, who want to host sustainability minded events, or simply live sustainably on campus. They also offer funding for creative student projects that contribute to Harvard's commitment to climate and health, and which help create a more sustainable campus community.