• 2015 Alumni Awards Nomination Process Now Open

    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. Deadline is March 29, 2015.

  • Racism and Public Health

    Dean Julio Frenk released a statement to the Harvard Chan School community on the commitment of the School to uncovering health inequities and educating leaders to address them. "As people who work in the public health field, we are all acutely aware of the body of evidence that shows significant inequities in health among racial and ethnic groups."  asdpoifu asdofiu a,aidn gg,, coiuaasd., asgoina sdf/.asdfoin agmasdfoin gmakdiurt pa,d giua dfin asdmfasdfgpoiweuroqkwenf,m snvi aqdfmn

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  • Featured News

    A new Ph.D. program in Population Health Sciences has been approved for the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Entry for the first Ph.D. cohort will begin in Fall 2016.
    Dr. Huey-Jen Su, SM '87, SD '90 named President of National Cheng Kung University
    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.
    While the US Postal Service was unable to live up to its motto and was forced to suspend service during the January 27 blizzard, Brigham and Women's ER Doc, Kelli O'Laughlin MPH '08 used skis to make her appointed rounds at the hospital as she explains in this short clip with NBC's Miguel Almaguer.
    "When health activist Annie Sparrow [MPH '04] sounded the alarm about a polio outbreak in war-torn Syria, she shed light on a critical issue—and she picked a fight." Vogue Magazine, January 29, 2015.
    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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