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Advising & Forms
Advising Programs Office
This office is charged with coordinating, supporting, and facilitating academic advising programs for all undergraduates and, as such, works with students,faculty,the Freshman Dean's Office, the Houses and other Harvard College and FAS offices on all aspects of pre-concentration and concentration advising.
For advising questions, please write email@example.com
Each student is assigned one or two advisers, listed below. Effort is made to give you someone with intellectual overlap with your own interests--but this is not always possible--and is not absolutely essential. What you need is someone to brainstorm your interests and to point you to the right resources to understand how to fulfill them at a high intellectual level. The board of advisers is as follows:
Advising Office Hours
See quick facts for office hour information.
Fall 2019 Undergraduate Applied Mathematics Advisers
- Ariel Amir: Pierce 310.
- Boaz Barak: MD 329.
- Katia Bertoldi: Pierce 317.
- Yiling Chen: MD 333.
- Finale Doshi-Velez: MD 219.
- Sean Eddy: Biolabs 1008.
- Shlomo Gortler: MD 243. Office Hours: contact Prof. Gortler to make an appointment
- Fawwaz Habbal: Pierce 212B.
- Sarah Iams: Pierce Hall 287.
- Scott Kominers
- Zhiming Kuang: Geological Museum 455.
- HT Kung: MD 225.
- Margo Levine: Pierce Hall 207A.
- Na Li: MD 147.
- Yue Lu: MD 231.
- L. Mahadevan: Pierce Hall 322.
- Michael Mitzenmacher
- Radhika Nagpal: MD 235.
- Jelani Nelson: MD 125.
- Kit Parker
- David Parkes
- Chris Rycroft: Pierce 305.
- Stuart Shieber: MD 245.
- Yaron Singer
- Maurice Smith: Pierce 325.
- Madhu Sudan: MD 339.
- Elie Tamer
- Leslie Valiant
- Xiaolin Wang
- Todd Zickler
- Economics advisors: http://economics.harvard.edu/pages/advising
NOTE: If you would like to change your adviser, or would like additional advice, you can always come talk to Margo Levine or Sarah Iams, the Associate and Assistant Directors of Undergraduate Studies.
Guidelines and Requirements
Official requirements for the concentration as published in the Harvard College Handbook for Student.
- Secondary Field in Mathematical Sciences Guidelines
The secondary field in Mathematical Sciences is jointly sponsored by the the Mathematics Department and the Applied Mathematics concentration. Students are required to take four courses in either Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or Statistics of which at most two can be in Statistics. The Mathematics and Applied Mathematics courses must be numbered 104 or higher; Statistics courses must be numbered 110 or higher.
Plan of Study
To submit a new plan of study, use the new online plan of study tool:http://studyplan.seas.harvard.edu. We’re still working out some of the kinks, so if you try this and have problems, please let us know so we can make the appropriate changes.
- Mathematical Sciences information for undergraduates
A description of the course options in the field of mathematics across the relevant departments in FAS (mathematics, applied mathematics, computer science, and statistics).
Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies
Pierce Hall 207A
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies
Pierce Hall 226
Students interested in pursuing a secondary field in Mathematical Sciences should contact one of these Advising Contacts or Peter Kronheimer in the Math Department.