We continue to receive information and guidance pertaining to undergraduate education for the coming academic year. Please follow this link to the most current information and check back often for updates. If you have any specific questions, please direct them to Chenoweth Moffatt.
Please follow this link to an article about five undergraduate women who spent their summer doing really interesting research on the environment. The article features the work of EPS concentrator Maya Chung and the research that she did at Scripps on sea ice loss in the Antarctic.
Please join us in congratulating our graduating students this year. We wish them every success in the years to come. It has truly been an honor to have them as part of the EPS community! And please remember, you always will have a home here in EPS!
Graduate Students: Anna Lea Albright (MS), Phoebe DeVries, Athena Eyster, Matt Hayek, Claire Healy-Leavitt, Hannah Horowitz, Chris Horvat, Sarah Hurley, Shannon Koplitz, Harriet Lau, Ding Ma, Andy Masterson, Chris Miller, Cristi Proistosescu, Adrienne Propp (MS), Jonathan Tucker, and Alex Turner.
Every year, the Harvard Crimson highlights their picks for the 15 most interesting seniors. EPS undergraduate concentrator, Rachel Hampton’17, talks about her love of geology and balancing it with being a three-sport athlete in this profile. .
We would like to congratulate all of this year’s EPS degree recipients on reaching such an important milestone and on their remarkable achievements. EPS has been truly fortunate to have these students in our community. We look forward to staying in touch and seeing them in the years to come. All the best to our graduates!
BA degree: Tyler Barringer, Taylor Benninger, Alyssa Chan, Patrick Dowling, James Duncan, Hanna Evensen, Carolyn Gigot, Sam Goldberg, Wilson Kuhnel, Joseph Lanzillo, Rodrigo Leal, Katja Lierhaus, Ellen Robo, Cecilia Sanders, Daniel Skarzynski, Hank Smith,...
Please follow this link to a Science Magazine article featuring some great research by Roger Fu's group. The research has been featured in popular media as well including CNN and National Geographic. Congratulations to Roger and his team!
Please join us in congratulating John Shaw on being awarded the 2019 Fannie Cox Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching. Recipients of this award are nominated by the faculty at large and are recognized for exceptional teaching in introductory courses. Great work John!