The GSAS made some changes to their funding structure for doctoral students entering 2016-17 and beyond. These allow for some deferrals of teaching fellowships to later G years and other enhancements. Read more.
Harvard offers a coordinated JD/PhD Program which is designed for students interested in completing interdisciplinary work and is founded on the belief that students’ legal studies and their arts and sciences graduate studies can be mutually enriched through this pursuit. Students completing the coordinated program receive a JD from Harvard Law School (HLS) and a PhD from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). It is expected that these students will be strong candidates for teaching posts at law schools and in arts and sciences programs...
GSAS made some recent changes which allow students to shift their priority years to any combination within G3, G4, G5, and G6 years. This allows students in the Study of Religion to do research work earlier in their program, if they have secured alternative sources of funding. Read the guidance here: https://gsas.harvard.edu/news/stories/gsas-implements-enhancements-funding-packages.
Yes, this is possible. Make an appointment to see the Director of Undergraduate Studies, and be sure to bring with you syllabi from your other tutorials and a completed Plan of Study from the Study of Religion.
Setting up a Zoom meeting right now via the Desktop Application:
Open the Zoom application
Click on the "New Meeting" icon.
A window with your computer's camera view should appear (usually looking at yourself).
A smaller window should also appear that asks how you would like your audio to be connected to the meeting. Click "join with computer audio." Note that it is also possible for you or any other participants to join via phone. If you have difficulty with the audio,...