Year End Evaluations and Outstanding Student Awards - Due March 31
Each year, PhD students are asked to complete a self-assesment of their progress in the PhD program. All HBS PhD students must complete this form linked below by March 31st. Information gathered in this form will be used by faculty to assess your progress in the program and will be included in your student file.
Additionally, if you would like to nominate yourself for one of our student awards, please be prepared to upload the supporting documents to the form:
HBS Doctoral Student Research Award: a first- or sole-authored manuscript (a paper published in the last 12 months, unpublished work in progress, or a dissertation chapter).
HBS Doctoral Student Teaching Award: a 1-page, single-spaced summary of your teaching activities for the last 12 months including a summary of FCQs, new courses developed, existing courses you prepped for the first time, creative approaches attempted in the classroom, or any other information you would like to submit in support of your teaching success.
HBS Doctoral Student Service Award: a 1-page, single-spaced summary of your major services activities to the department, the profession, and the community for the last 12 months including work on committees, GA and advising for the department, reviewing for peer-reviewed journals, mentoring fellow students, or any other activities you deem appropriate.