Life Sciences 2 is an interdisciplinary course designed to teach anatomy and physiology in an evolutionary framework. The course is taught at the introductory level but requires some previous exposure to basic biology. The majority of students are juniors and seniors. We take an integrated approach, showing how evolution and embryological development are intimately related to how and why the human body functions the way it does. Taught at Harvard (Cambridge campus) by Professors Andrew Biewener, George Lauder, and Daniel Lieberman.
Cleveland Clinic is inviting select PhD students nationwide for an all expenses paid opportunity to attend and present at the inaugural Morgenthaler Symposium. Join us for two days of networking, talks, posters, and awards with world-renowned faculty and learn about the exciting postdoctoral opportunities here. We are committed to enhancing the diversity of our research workforce. PhD students from groups that are underrepresented in the biomedical sciences are encouraged to apply.
Symposium: October 13th - 14th, 2022 at Cleveland Clinic Lerner...
The Harvard GSAS Business Club (HGBC) is pleased to be offering our 14th Mini-MBA program this summer. The Mini-MBA Program is a five-week accelerated business course that aims to enable attendees to master the core concept of business while engaging with real-world scenarios under the guidance of HBS Professors.
The lectures in 2022 will be held virtually. Please note that successful applicants are expected to attend all 10 sessions. The application deadline is May 27th, 2022 at 11:59 pm (EST). Please apply for the program using the following link: ...
We are in need of a couple additional mentors for the Native American High School Summer Program this year. From June 4-25, twenty high school students from Reservation communities in Arizona and Montana will come to Harvard for a rigorous and engaging college-preparatory program. If you are interested, please contact Jane Riccardi at email@example.com.
The Lemann Program on Creativity and Entrepreneurship (LPCE) and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health are excited to announce HealthLab, an accelerator for student solutions in public and planetary health. These student startups will aim to solve our most intractable problems using creativity, entrepreneurship, and innovation as defining forces. To kick off our latest gamechanger, we are hosting a logo competition! All Harvard community members are eligible to submit their best logos that speak to the goals of the accelerator listed above.
Due to popular demand, the LPCE Launch Fund is back! Our inaugural competition awarded $10,000 prize money to 3 winners selected from 44 ventures. This year, we are excited to increase the awards and give 3 x $15,000 prizes! Will your solution to solve society’s most pressing problems be our next winner?!
If you are a current Harvard student in the early stages of your social innovation venture, we highly encourage you to apply for this incredible opportunity!
The David Potter & Edwin Furshpan Native American High School Program is a collaborative program between the Fort Peck and Hopi Indian Reservations and Harvard Medical School’s Division of Medical Sciences. The aims of the program are to empower Native students to become agents of change in their home communities, cultivate interest and enthusiasm for STEM subjects, and to help them achieve their educational and personal goals. Harvard graduate students play key roles in helping the...