• Hire a Harvard Chan School Graduate

    This May, hundreds of students will graduate armed with powerful ideas, eager to fill the ranks of professionals advancing the public's health. Consider hiring a student who shares the same values, knowledge, and experience. Post jobs/internships/fellowships at careers@hsph.harvard.edu or search resumes on Career Connect.

  • 2015 Alumni Awards Nomination Process: Deadline Extended!

    Nominations are needed for the Alumni Award of Merit, Leadership in Public Health Practice, Public Health Innovator, and Emerging Public Health Professional Awards - learn more and submit your nomination now. Nominations due Sunday, April 12, 2015. 

  • Newly Admitted Student and Alumni Receptions- Happening Soon!

    Attend a reception with Newly Admitted Harvard Chan School students and fellow Alumni in several cities across the country. 

  • Join Harvard Chan School on LinkedIn

    Join nearly 3,000 Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health alumni, faculty, students, post-docs and researchers our the private LinkedIn Group.

  • Follow Dean Frenk on Twitter


    Follow Dean Julio Frenk on Twitter to get his global health perspectives

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    Dr. Huey-Jen Su, SM '87, SD '90 will become the next president of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Taiwan in February 2015. She is the first female president in the NCKU’s 83-year history.
    The Office for Alumni Affairs and Career Advancement has developed this short FAQ page to answer some of the most common questions about how to use the School's new name as the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
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