I grew up in Sudbury Massachusetts before moving to Cambridge in 2009 and Adams House in 2010. I graduated in 2013 and since then, I've been a management consultant, a software engineer, and finally a tutor. You can find me running the streets of Cambridge or studying in the basement of the engineering school.
Hi Adams! I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and I did my undergrad at Swarthmore College. I got there thinking I would study Latin American Studies, then intended to do Physics, then Political Science, and finally settled on Biology. After graduating from college, I spent three years working as a lab manager and eventually decided to go to grad school, which brought me here as a PhD student in the lab of Cassandra Extavour in OEB. My research has largely centered on the genetics and biomechanics of developing insects. I currently work on cell movements in cricket embryos.... Read more about Seth Donoughe
Resident Tutor E-12 Music (Lead), International, STEM
Hello again Adams! I am an alumn of the House (class of 2010) and am super excited to be a part of the community again this year in E-12 with my wife and fellow tutor Ana! I was born in Israel, but grew up in Zambia, Colombia, and Ecuador, before coming to Harvard, where I completed the S.B. degree in Engineering Sciences under the biomedical engineering track. As an international student coming from “Israel via Ecuador” (as I got used to saying repeatedly as a freshman), I was intimately involved with the Woodbridge Society for International Students, and hope to bring the knowledge I’ve accrued to advising in Global Citizenship at the House.... Read more about Or Gadish
Hello! I hail from Pittsburgh (greatest city in America!) and am delighted this year to be joining Adams House (greatest house at Harvard!) as a new resident tutor. I am a second year PhD student in Biology, having recently completed a masters in Environmental Policy at Oxford. Before THAT (gosh, I am as old as the hills!), I was an undergrad at Yale, where I spent my free time running hurdles, experimenting with bookbinding, and singing a cappella. Now at Harvard, I run not-hurdles, experiment with bookbinding, and sing a cappella. Much has changed.... Read more about Dakota "Cody" McCoy