Harvard Integrated Life Sciences (HILS)

Harvard Integrated Life Sciences (HILS) brings together and serves life science PhD students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). HILS is a federation of 14 life sciences PhD programs and subject areas across four Harvard faculties: the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, the Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. We facilitate cross-disciplinary academic and research collaboration, support student flexibility, and encourage extracurricular participation by our students, faculty, and staff. HILS brings together the unparalleled expertise of Harvard's faculty with the abundant resources that span Harvard’s life sciences disciplines to advance innovative collaboration, world-changing breakthroughs, and incomparable opportunities for our students.

HILS Request for Proposals (RFPs) for Student-Organized Events in Spring 2019

HILS will fund several student-organized events during the Spring 2019 term.

Help keep the life sciences lively, and consider submitting a proposal!

For more information, contact Grace Gill (gracegill@fas.harvard.edu)


The COOP Public Service Grants for Harvard/MIT Student Groups

The COOP has invested in the Harvard and MIT communities for years through the COOP Grants for Public Service. Funds are available to support Harvard and MIT students involved in new and ongoing public/community service programs and projects that benefit their campuses and the Cambridge and Boston area.