The Graduate Program in Bacteriology (GPiB) is a graduate concentration that aims to create community, collaboration, and career development support for students working on diverse aspects of bacteriology at Harvard.
This guide from the GSAS Fellowships Office contains information on a myriad of topics, from GSAS PhD Outcomes to fellowship applications (including sample applications) to advice on goal setting and making the most of your relationship with your advisor.
This is the inaugural Orientation Breakfast designed to allow new HMS Master's students to meet each other, while being introduced to key services available to you as students and getting a chance to interact with key members of the administration who support health and well-being, disabilities services, safety, housing and financial aid as well as cross-program aspects of academic and professional development.
ScholarStudio is a consulting practice uniquely dedicated to increasing retention, equity, and success in graduate education. Posts on the ScholarStudio blog address a range of topics from writing challenges to mental health to navigating difficult feedback.
The NGLS Coalition represents an agreement on behalf of nine research universities and a research institution to address calls for increased transparency when it comes to training outcomes for their life science students and postdoctoral researchers.
The Cancer Biology Community includes both the Landry Cancer Biology Consortium - an educational consortium that aims to expose a broad range of minds at every level of training to the field of cancer research - and the Cancer Biology concentration within BBS.
The DRB concentration program provides a well-defined, rigorous, and innovative training experience in developmental and regenerative biology for students. The DRB program seeks to train its students to approach developmental biology in an integrative manner and connect basic research science with medicine.