The GSAS Harvard Horizons program was featured in the Crimson this week following the Symposium on April 10. The Bok Center supports the mentoring component of the program, which is designed to promote interdisciplinary sharing of PhD students’ big ideas and to teach students how to communicate their research to a non-specialist audience. Congratulations to this year's scholars on an outstanding performance!
Alexandra Schultz, 2019 Harvard Horizons Scholar, is featured in a recent interview with GSAS. Check out the article to learn about how she became interested in the classics and her current research on ancient libraries. Then, come hear her present on her research at the Harvard Horizons Symposium...
Emily Dolan, Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities, co-teaches graduate seminar Instruments and Instrumentalities with Professor Jonathan Sterne of McGill University. The Bok Center's Learning Lab helped Professor Dolan with the first iteration of the course in 2016, assisting with the pedagogical and technical challenges of teaching a course for students located at two separate campuses. ... Read more about Learning Lab Feature - Music: Instruments and Instrumentalities
Eight scholars have been appointed as 2019 Harvard Horizons Scholars, studying topics from glass sea sponges to musical Esperanto. Harvard Horizons is designed to promote interdisciplinary sharing of PhD students’ big ideas and to teach students how to communicate their research to a non-specialist audience. Over the next several months these eight graduate students will work closely with the Bok Center as part of our support for Professional and Scholarly Communication. Congratulations to the Horizons Scholars!