The History and Science concentration has a friendly team of advisers to help you navigate through the program.
History and Science Concentration Advisers
Allie Belser, Manager of Student Programs, acts as the primary concentration adviser for all History and Science concentrators. She is available to all students seeking advice on concentration requirements, course selection, plans of study and declarations of concentration, the senior thesis process, honors and non-thesis honors options, study abroad, the secondary field in History of Science, and of course to assist with any concerns.
Feel free to email Allie with your questions, or you can sign up for her in-person or Zoom office hours at the link below.
In-person: Mondays, 2:30-4:00pm, Science Center 355
Zoom: Tuesdays, 3:00-4:30pm, and on other days by appointment
Sign up for Allie's in-person or Zoom office hours at this link: https://zcal.co/i/Zh4R6pOr
Prof. Anne Harrington is the Director of Undergraduate Studies. She is available to talk about requirements and course selection, but her primary role is to help students understand the range of intellectual opportunities they can pursue in the concentration and how best to take full advantage of our flexible structure. With Allie, she is also always available to trouble shoot any problems that might come up for students. Prof. Harrington teaches History of Science 97, the sophomore tutorial, and oversees the tutorial program as a whole.
Anne Harrington's in-person office hours are Tuesdays, 10:30-noon, and Thursdays, 1:30-2:30pm. She will be holding them in her office, Science Center 360, or in the third floor lounge of the Department of the History of Science, right outside her office.
Anne Harrington's Zoom office hours are Mondays, 4:00-5:30pm, and by appointment. For Zoom office hours, you can always use this link: https://harvard.zoom.us/my/histsci
Office hours are not just for questions or problems! Come by also to chat!