The Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Faculty Affairs office works with the School’s academic leadership to build an outstanding faculty and to support the creation of an environment where GSD’s gifted designers, scholars, and teachers can do their best work.
Faculty Handbooks & Policies
Teaching at the GSD
As designers, planners, historians, critics, and educators, we strive to shepherd the world toward a future that we envision for a better tomorrow. –Dean Sarah Whiting
Office of Faculty Development & Diversity, provides information on faculty benefits, parental leave, child care, diversity policies, work/life programs, housing resources, and more.
Benefits Office provides customer service, communications, and education to ensure that employees can make the most of their benefits. Also provides comprehensive retirement programs for your long-term financial security.
Resources for Non-Faculty Academic Positions (NFA)
These resources describe policies and procedures related to a range of non-faculty academic positions available at the School.
Open Faculty and Non-Faculty Academic Positions
GSD faculty positions and other academic positions may be viewed here; applications are made through the Harvard Academic Jobs portal.
Harvard University-Wide Resources
Harvard International Office (HIO) provides information related to immigration issues, financial questions, social and cultural differences.
Office for Gender Equity works to advance Harvard’s commitment to providing an environment where each of us feels safe to participate fully in University life.
Office for Scholarly Communication spearheads campus-wide initiatives to open, share, and preserve scholarship.
Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) is a multi-specialty medical practice exclusively for members of the Harvard community.