Nick attended Washington University in St. Louis as an Ervin Scholar, where he double majored in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development. Currently, Nick is a doctoral student in the Management Science and Engineering Department at Stanford University, where his research focuses on the consequences of disruption, abolitionist technologies, and business models that incentivize responsible urban innovation.
Elisabeth attended Cornell University, majoring in Communication and minoring in Human Development and Fine Art. After graduating magna cum laude, she is now a PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Xavier graduated from Yale College in 2019 with a BS in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. During the summers, he researched Type II Diabetes at Yale Medical School and HIV at Harvard Medical School. Currently, he is pursuing a Neuroscience PhD at Columbia University.
Claire is currently pursuing a PhD in Chemistry at Harvard University. She graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with summa cum laude honors (3.96/4.00) in three years.
Jack graduated from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a BA in Chinese and a BA in Linguistics, graduating summa cum laude in both degrees. During undergrad, Jack received the Global Ambassador Summer Program Scholarship and studied at National Cheng Kung University in Tainan. Jack is currently pursuing his PhD in Linguistics at Harvard University.
Arun is a PhD candidate in Mathematics at MIT. Previously, He he received a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics, and an MS in Mathematics from the University of Virginia, all in four years.
After graduating Johns Hopkins University in 2014, Anna earned two master’s degrees in Social Anthropology from the University of Edinburgh and in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies from Oxford as a Marshall Scholar. She next earned her JD from Yale in 2021, and is now pursuing a PhD in Anthropology at Johns Hopkins.
Wony holds a PhD in Applied Analysis at Carnegie Mellon University, specializing in the field of dynamical systems and partial differential equations. His thesis is about nonconvex optimization techniques using underlying geometric structures.
Noah graduated summa cum laude from Columbia University, majoring in Physics and Mathematics. Currently obtaining his PhD in Physics from Harvard University, he studies black holes, quantum gravity, and celestial holography.
Jadyn is a Physics PhD student at Stanford University. Previously, he earned his MA in Education and BS in Physics from Villanova University.
Smriti is currently a PhD Candidate at Harvard studying Buddhist philosophy of mind and epistemology. While pursuing her PhD, she has consistently scored above divisional average on overall instructor quality and has earned several Certificates of Distinction in Teaching.
Gloria is a writer in San Francisco. She received her MA and PhD in History from University of California, Berkeley and graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in History and Philosophy from NYU.
Preston studied neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University. There, he researched molecular mechanisms of Parkinson’s Disease and received numerous awards and grants for his work. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a BS and MS, Preston began pursuing an MD/PhD at the Harvard/MIT MD/PhD program as a student in the Health, Sciences, and Technology (HST) program.
Roland is an award-winning author and illustrator. His biography of Arthur Ransome won a Jerwood Award from the Royal Society of Literature and the HW Fischer Prize from the Biographer’s Club. His illustrations for Lev Grossman’s best-selling Magicians trilogy were published in the New Yorker. Roland is currently writing and illustrating a series of novels for children.
Ali is a PhD Student in Organismic & Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. She is a recipient of the Harvard James Mills Peirce Fellowship, a fellowship given to a select group of the most talented prospective PhD students in the natural sciences and engineering.
Lisa attended Cornell University where she graduated magna cum laude in Chemistry and Chemical Biology. After Cornell, she worked at Procter and Gamble making your favorite household laundry supplies! She is now a PhD candidate in the Chemistry and Chemical Biology program at Harvard.
Davis is currently a graduate student in the MIT Mathematics department pursuing research at the interface between fluid dynamics and quantum mechanics. He previously graduated from Penn State University, earning a Master’s Degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics, and graduating at the top of his class for his Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Science.
Erin holds a degree in Astrophysics from Columbia University, and she is currently a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow and fifth year PhD student in Princeton's Astrophysical Sciences department. Her current work is in support of the NASA Dragonfly mission.
Udodiri is a PhD Candidate in History of Science at Harvard University; she previously earned a BA in the same field at Harvard College. Her honors thesis on the biomedicalization of Civil Rights Protest in the 1960s and 1970s received the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize.
Wyatt holds an AB from Kenyon College and an MA from NYU, both in English. He's currently a PhD student in Harvard's English department.
Emily is a PhD candidate at Columbia University in Religious Studies. She teaches Western and East Asian philosophy classes at SUNY Purchase, where she earned her BA in philosophy.
Nate earned a triple major in Biochemistry, Cognitive Sciences, and Psychology at Rice University, his MD/PhD at Georgetown University, and his PhD in Neuroscience at the National Institutes of Health. He is now starting his neurology residency at Stanford.
Kellen holds a BA from Princeton in History & African American Studies, and a PhD from Columbia in History. She was a Predoctoral Fellow at UPenn’s McNeil Center for Early American Studies, and is now working on her Postdoctoral Fellowship at Penn State University.
Matthew holds an AB in Government from Harvard and a PhD in Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies at Columbia University. He's a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Michigan.
Hudson earned an AB in Physics from Princeton. Next, Hudson worked as a quantitative trader and researcher at DC Energy. Now, Hudson has returned to studying physics as an astrophysics graduate student at MIT's LIGO labs.
Jonathan earned his BA in History at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He then completed an MA in the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago, before beginning a PhD in History at UC Berkley.
Seth earned his BA from the University of Michigan, where his senior thesis on Brazilian welfare politics won the Sahlins Award for best thesis in the Social Sciences. After working as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, he began his PhD in Political Science at Harvard University.
Christopher holds a BA in History and a minor in Chinese (Mandarin) from Chapel Hill, an MA in Security Studies from Kansas State University, and an MA and PhD in History from UVA. At UVA, he won the Class of 1985 Fellowship for Creative Teaching.
Eli is a PhD candidate at UCLA studying Cryptography. Previously, he earned his BS in Mathematics and Computer Science at the same institution. During his undergraduate work at UCLA, Eli was an instructor for the Los Angeles Math Circle (now the Olga Radko Math Circle).
Grey received his BA in English from Reed College, and his MA in French and his PhD in History from Yale. His dissertation, published in French in 2018 and under contract in English with Verso Books, examines the military coup that returned General Charles de Gaulle to power.
Donald graduated with a BS in Physics at California Polytechnic Polytechnic State University. His research in machine learning led to a staff research scientist position at Lawrence Livermore National Lab. He's currently pursuing a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Michigan.
Charlie earned a BA in Political and Social Thought and English from UVA. Next, he earned his master's degrees in English and in History of Science, Medicine, and Technology at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He is now a PhD candidate in English Literature at Harvard.
Jule graduated from the University of Michigan with a BSE in Computer Science and a minor in Art and Design. She continued on to the PhD program at U of M, studying computer science and specializing in artificial intelligence.
Cristina holds a PhD in Linguistics from Harvard, an MS in Cognitive and Decision Sciences from University College London, and BAs in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Linguistics from the University of Southern California. Currently, she works as a forensic linguist.
Cyrus is currently a second-year medical student at Harvard Medical School in the MD-PhD program. Previously, he graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania.
Gabriel graduated magna cum laude with degrees in Math (GPA 3.96/4) and Physics (GPA 3.98/4) from Williams College. He is now a graduate student in Physics at Harvard with the Harvard Quantum Initiative Fellowship.
Bill is the bestselling author of seven books. His undergrad degree is from the University of Chicago and his doctorate from Johns Hopkins. History and biography are his fields, but he's helped improve both student and adult writing for twenty years across a wide range of subjects.
Alicia is a PhD student in Linguistics at NYU. She graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis, with a BA in Linguistics and Data Science and a BA in Spanish with a minor in Music.
Julia graduated summa cum laude from Wellesley College with a BA in Philosophy and Comparative Lit, and earned an MA in Theological Studies from Harvard. She is now a Religion PhD candidate at Harvard and a historian.
Tim holds an MA, MPhil, and PhD in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. He earned his Bachelor's in English and Classical Languages from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Izzy graduated from Princeton with a BS in Chemical & Biological Engineering and minors in Statistics & Machine Learning and Creative Writing (poetry). She is now a PhD student in Biostatistics at Harvard University.
Brooke majored in Biological Sciences at Cornell. She is now an Organismic and Evolutionary Biology PhD student at Harvard University, where her focus is deep sea molecular biology.
Debbie is currently a PhD candidate in Classical Studies at Columbia University. She holds a BA in Classics from College of the Holy Cross and graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Alice earned her PhD at MIT in Mechanical Engineering on the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. She received her Bachelor's in Physics from University of Chicago. Currently, she teaches Engineering at MIT.
Alex received her PhD from Harvard University in Clinical Science and her BA in Clinical Psychology from Tufts University. Currently, she is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stress and Development Lab at Harvard.
Mitchell received a BS in Mathematics from MIT and was awarded the Jon A. Bucsela Prize. He is now pursuing a PhD in Mathematics at Harvard, where he studies various aspects of algebraic geometry.
Raksit earned his BA in Linguistics at Yale (Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude), and is now a PhD candidate at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on understanding language change by carrying out experiments using laboratory techniques.
Justin is a Computer Science (CS) PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon University, where his work is focused on problems at the intersection of machine learning, statistics, and data privacy. He earned his BA in Math & CS from Columbia.
Arjun holds a PhD in Economics from Georgia State University. He specializes in Econometrics and Microeconomics, and holds a Certificate of Mastery in Online Teaching.
Daniel is a PhD candidate in Chinese History at UC Berkeley. He holds a BA in English & French literature and Chinese language (University of Texas), a JD (Yale Law), and an MA in Sinology (University of London).
Dan received his BS in Math and BA in Physics from the University of Chicago. He then completed his PhD in Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology at NYU, and now works as a machine learning scientist in the area of computer vision.
Andrey graduated from the University of Toronto with a Math and Physics Specialist degree. He's now pursuing a PhD in Mathematics at MIT, focusing on quantum computing and quantum information.
Gino majored in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Computational Engineering at Notre Dame. Presently, he's pursuing his MS/PhD at Harvard, researching soft robotics and actuators.
Greg is a JD candidate at Yale Law. He earned a PhD in Philosophy from UCLA and a BA from Brandeis University. Prior to law school, he worked as a philosophy professor at the Claremont Colleges.
Scott majored in Classics and Spanish at Bates College, where he wrote two theses. After working in several Special Collections libraries, he is now a PhD Candidate in Romance Languages at UPenn.
Megan is a PhD student at the University of Iowa studying Environmental Engineering. Her research focuses on developing low cost solutions for accessing safe drinking water in resource-poor settings.
Adrienne received her English PhD from Harvard University, her MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and her BA from Princeton University. She is a nonfiction writer and poet, and teaches in the Writing Program at Princeton University.
Sam holds a BS in Physics (Cornell) and a PhD in Physics (Harvard). He's now a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, studying physical systems and machine learning applications.
Ivy graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts and BAs in Comparative Literature, Anthropology, and French from Cornell University. She's presently a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Harvard.
Molly has been teaching Spanish language and Hispanic literature and culture at the university level since 1996. She fell in love with the language as an undergraduate at Princeton and went on to get her PhD in Spanish at Yale.
Ellen majored in English at Williams College and received her PhD in English from Duke University. She teaches American Literature in the History & Literature department at Harvard University.
Stefan majored in Public Policy and Urban Studies at Stanford University. He earned his Master's in Public Policy at Harvard University, and is a PhD student in Urban Planning at Columbia University.
Harry graduated from WashU with an Economics and Mathematics double major. After working at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Harry began his PhD in Economics at NYU Stern School of Business.
Allison is pursuing a PhD at Princeton University in the Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Program. Her research focuses on the interaction between the atmosphere and ocean with regard to climate change.
Maya is a developmental cognitive neuroscientist and Research Associate at Harvard University. Previously, she received her PhD in Psychological & Brain Sciences from Boston University.
Junichi studied Mathematics at New York University, and is currently a PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon University, specializing in the field of partial differential equations.
Shira studied Sociology and History at Northwestern University. Currently, she's a PhD candidate at Harvard University, where her research has been nationally recognized by several prestigious foundations.
Josephine double-majored in Physics and Mathematics at MIT. She's now an Applied Physics PhD candidate at Stanford University, where she hopes to uncover the mechanisms governing material properties.
Julius is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and PhD candidate in Geometric Analysis at MIT. Previously at MIT, he earned a BS in Mathematics and Physics, receiving the Hartley Rogers Jr. Prize for one of his research projects.
Jeremy earned his BA in Cell Biology & Genetics (Cornell) and his PhD in Cancer Biology (Cornell Medical College). For the past two decades, he has been a professor of Biology at Middlebury College.
Arjun is a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon. Previously, he earned his MS and BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Math Economics from UCLA.
Sydney is a Computer Science PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon University studying programming language design. She holds a BS and MEng in Computer Science and Computer Engineering from MIT.
Nicholas is a PhD candidate in the Department of African & African American Studies at Harvard University, where his work focuses on urban slavery, the built environment, and colonial New Orleans.
Pragya holds a BA in Neurobiology and Health Policy from Harvard. She worked in healthcare management at LEK Consulting before returning to Harvard for her PhD in Health Policy and Economics.
Quinn holds a BA in International Affairs and Philosophy (Butler), was a member of the Peace Corps, and earned an MA in South Asian Studies (UW-Seattle). He is now a Religion PhD candidate (Columbia) and Fulbright-Nehru Scholar.
Michael studied Music at Princeton, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He then earned an MA and MPhil in Music Theory at Yale, where he is now finishing his PhD in the same discipline.
Dana majored in Biology, minored in Chemistry, and created her own concentration in Global Health and the Medical Humanities at MIT (4.9/5.0 GPA). She's pursuing her MD/PhD at Harvard Medical School.
Zeshan holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from Stanford (Award of Excellence, Tau Beta Pi). He is now an MD/PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the Health, Sciences, and Technology Harvard-MIT program.
Musa earned her PhD from Columbia University in Early Modern English Drama. She has taught at Columbia University and Washington University in St. Louis, where she was an Assistant Professor of English.
Amanda holds a PhD in Biological Engineering (MIT) an MPhil in Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology (Cambridge) and a BS in Biomedical Engineering (Rochester,summa cum laude). She was named to the 2021 Forbes 30 under 30 Science list.
Jack graduated summa cum laude and Phi Betta Kappa from Tufts with a BA in Mathematics. After conducting research in cognitive neuroscience at MIT, he earned his Phd in Theoretical Computer Science at Harvard.
Molly earned her BS in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Global Health at Northwestern (summa cum laude, Tau Beta Pi). She is currently a PhD candidate in Biological Engineering at MIT.
Gabby received a PhD in Government from Harvard University, where she won two Bok Center Awards for Excellence in Teaching. She earned her BA in Political Science and Spanish from Indiana University.
Greg graduated with a double major in Physics and Math from Harvard (summa cum laude). He is now pursuing a PhD in Math at MIT, where his research focuses on the interaction between geometry and physics.
Betty earned her BA in History and Science from Harvard, and holds an MA in History from the Universiy of Chicago, and a PhD in History from Yale. She has been teaching at Phillips Exeter Academy for almost a decade.
Sylvie graduated from Princeton with a BA in English and certificates in Gender & Sexuality Studies, Humanistic Studies, and Latin Literature (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa). She is now a PhD student in English at UC Berkeley.
Miriam is a PhD student in Immunology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She holds a joint BA/BS in Biochemistry and Biomedical Engineering (Stern College/Columbia).
Daniel studied Electrical Engineering at Caltech (Tau Beta Pi), and won the Churchill Scholarship, which funded his Master's in Physics at the University of Cambridge. He is now pursuing a PhD in Applied Physics at Harvard.
Laura is a History PhD student and Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, and a JD student at Yale Law. She holds an MPhil in British and European History from Oxford, and a BA in History from Duke.
Keri holds a PhD in Experimental Psychology from Tufts, where she is now a Postdoc Scholar in the Department of Community Health. She earned her BA in Psychology from Stonehill and her MS in Clinical Psychology from Rivier University.
Hayley is a Postdoc Research Fellow in the Harvard Psychology Department. She holds a PhD in Psychology (Harvard) and BA in Psychology and Political Science (Boston University), and has won awards for both her research and teaching.
Greg is a PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering (University of Iowa). He holds a BS and MS in Civil & Environmental Engineering (University of Michigan), and is fluent in the major web development languages.
Max is a PhD Candidate in Film and Visual Studies at Harvard. Previously, he earned his BA in Film & & Media Studies from Johns Hopkins (Phi Beta Kappa), completed his MSt at Oxford in Film Aesthetics, and worked as a film editor.
Zach is a PhD candidate in Germanic Languages and Literatures at Harvard. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Macaulay Honors College at CUNY, where he majored in Comparative Literature.
Jordan is a PhD student in English and American Literature at Boston University, whe she also earned her BA in English. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a faculty assistant at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
June earned degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering from MIT, where she published five papers and won the Department of Chemistry Research Award. She is now pursuing her PhD in Chemistry at Harvard University.
Emily earned her PhD, MPhil, and MA in Theatre and Performance from Columbia University, and her BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Williams College. She is now a consultant at the Columbia Writing Center.
Keating earned his BA in Classics (Columbia), as well as his MA and PhD in Classical Philology (Harvard). He is a nine-time winner of Harvard's Certificate of Distinction in Teaching.
Angela is an MD/PhD at Harvard and UPenn. She received an MSc in Medical Anthropology (Durham University), and a BA in Middle Eastern Studies with a minor in Chemistry (UPenn), summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kapa.