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Graduate profiles

Henry Cerbone

Henry Cerbone

For his senior thesis, Henry, who created his own concentration in the ontology of autonomous systems, built a robotic model of a basilisk lizard’s broad foot, which holds the secret to its ability to run on the water’s surface.

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Harvard Business School

I viewed my challenging responsibilities at the White House and challenging course work at Harvard as a symbiotic opportunity.”

Travis Berent

Master of Liberal Arts in the field of International Relations

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Harvard Graduate School of Design

I was—and still am—craving a more ecofeminist approach to architectural history and theory.”

CoCo Tin

Master of Design Studies

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Harvard Graduate School of Education

Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Harvard Kenneth C. Griffin Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

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Megan Cordone

On the day she graduates from the Kennedy School this May, Megan Cordone will be promoted to first lieutenant in the nascent U.S. Space Force. Megan will train to become an intelligence specialist, focusing on issues as complex as satellite verification of nuclear weapons treaty obligations.

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I began thinking about how I could combine my curiosity about people and my interest in storytelling with my wish to take care of patients.”

Alyssa Botelho

Doctor of Medicine and Ph.D., History of Science

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Harvard School of Dental Medicine

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Jeremiah Kim

Jeremiah Kim’s new children’s book is the culmination of a creative process that began his first year in Dental School, aimed at teaching young patients the importance of maintaining positive oral health habits.

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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health