Images courtesy of the Behavioral Laboratory in the Social Sciences (BLISS).

Announcements

BLISS (Behavioral Laboratory in the Social Sciences) is a summer residential program designed to stimulate community and creativity among a diverse cohort of undergraduate researchers. During the ten-week program a dozen or so Harvard students work full time on faculty-led social science research projects on campus or in the neighboring communities. Harvard undergraduate applications due February 19th. [More info...]

 

Foundations of Human Behavior

Harvard’s Foundations of Human Behavior Initiative has recently established a research fund available to all Harvard faculty and doctoral students. The next deadline is February 28, 2015. Four times per year, a selection committee of faculty members from multiple disciplines will choose projects for awards capped at $40,000. High-risk, high-impact projects with an interdisciplinary focus are sought. To apply, please visit the Foundations of Human Behavior website.