Created in 2007, the Division of Science is comprised of 230 faculty members and 21 academic departments and units. Spanning across 80 buildings and research facilities located in Cambridge, Boston, Bedford, Petersham, and Harvard, MA, the Division has more than 1.5 million square feet dedicated to scientific research and teaching.
Sequestration Update – March 25, 2013: Harvard University’s official update on the effects of sequestration on funding, education, and student aid can be found here. A letter outlining relevant excerpts from the White House Office of Management and Budget Sequester Report can be found here.
Ethan Garner, Assistant Professor of Molecular & Cellular Biology, named a 2013 Searle Scholar. The Searle Scholar award supports the independent research of early career innovative young scientists in chemistry, medicine, and the biological sciences.
David T. Johnston, Assistant Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Sarah Koch, Benjamin Pierce Lecturer of Math, and Xi Yin, Associate Professor of Physics, each granted a 2013 Sloan Research Fellowship, an award for promising early- to mid-career scientists. More information about the program can be found here.
Attention Harvard faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and staff who may perform or assist research, or create technology, at Harvard: The new Participation Agreement (PA) has been rolled out. Individuals who have signed PAs as of 11/19/2011 will not need to sign again. All PAs dated before 11/18/2011 will have to be signed again. To sign the new, revised PA, log into the following portal using your Harvard ID number and PIN: https://gmas.harvard.edu/gmas/participationagreement. For a more detailed explanation of the new PA please click here.