Harvard Horizons 2014

What’s smarter than a room full of PhD students?  Find out on April 22nd!

The Bok Center is proud to support Harvard Horizons, an initiative to showcase the research and support the professional development of PhD students at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Mentoring for the new class of scholars kicked off last Friday and this new group forms the second class of the Society of Horizon Scholars, a fellowship cohort that will offer opportunities for long-lasting community, mentorship, and professional and academic growth.

The Harvard Horizons program culminates in a symposium, to be held April 22, 2014 from 4:15-6:00pm in Sanders Theatre.  Don’t miss this chance to see the final product of weeks of hard work, and learn about the exciting research going on across GSAS!

And without further delay, we congratulate the 2014 class of Harvard Horizons Scholars:

Adam Anderson, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
The Old Assyrian Social Network: an analysis based on the texts from Kültepe (Kanesh), Turkey
Henry Whitney Henry, Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Understanding the Chemotherapeutic Benefit of Aspirin in Mutant PIK3CA breast cancer
Kumar Ashok Kumar, Applied Physics
Simple Technology to Tackle Sickle Cell Disease
Norman Tom Norman, Systems Biology
Decisions, Decisions: The Eclectic Lives of Individual Cells
Olins Heather Olins, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
The Lives of Microbes in and around Deep Sea Volcanoes
Orbach Danny Orbach, History
Culture of Disobedience: Rebellions, Defiance and Assassinations in the Japanese Army, 1858-1931
Roberson David Roberson, Neuroscience
A Magic Bullet for Pain and Itch
Rugheimer Sarah Rugheimer, Astronomy
Spectral Fingerprints of Another Earth

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