In this post, HDS alumna Laura Mucha shares about her PhD journey.
The Top 5 Differences Between My Graduate and Undergraduate Student Experience
HDS Admissions Graduate Assistant, Samirah Jaigirdar, reflects on the ways her experience as an HDS student differs from that of her undergraduate years.
What The Admissions Team Loves About HDS
The HDS Admissions Team shares a few of their favorite things about the HDS community and campus culture.
Alumni Feature: Teaching with Compassion and Failing with Grace
Alumna Dr. Celene Ibrahim shares how her HDS education has served her in her career.
HDS Admissions GAs’ 2023 New Year’s Resolutions
HDS Admissions Graduate Assistants share their 2023 New Year's Resolutions.
Scared of the HDS Admissions Interview? Don’t be!
Three HDS Admissions Graduate Assistants reflect on their experiences this time last year, as they interviewed for admission to Harvard Divinity School. They share their apprehensions prior to interviewing, what the process of looked like in reality, and their best tips for how did to prepare.
How I Choose My HDS Classes
HDS Admissions Graduate Assistant Maggie Helmick shares four semesters of wisdom in selecting classes. Maggie discusses her step-by-step approach to searching the course catalog, fulfilling MTS degree requirements, registering for classes outside of HDS.
The International Student Guide to Student Employment
HDS Admissions Graduate Assistant Samirah Jaigirdar is an international student from Dhaka, Bangladesh. In this post, Samirah shares her experiences searching for employment opportunities in the United States, and she draws from the wisdom of other current HDS international students to provide helpful tips and tricks for applying to jobs.
“Reading Hard and/or Hardly Reading”
Editor's Note: In this post, HDS Admissions Graduate Assistant, Nicole Collins, shares her favorite readings from her first semester at HDS.
Navigating Culture Shocks as an International Student
In this post, HDS Admissions Graduate Assistant, Samirah Jaigirdar shares her experiences navigating cultural differences between the places she's lived in the United States, eSwatini, and Bangladesh. Samirah also gives advice to international students who might be navigating a similar position.