• Join the NEW Harvard Chan School Alumni Facebook Group

    Harvard Chan School has a new Facebook group for Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health graduates and fellows administered by the Office for Alumni Affairs and Career Advancement. This group is open to all alumni, fellows, students, faculty and staff of the School. Members must be approved to join.Unfortunately, Facebook doesn't allow us to change the name of our previous group to reflect the school's new name so we are forming a new group. The old HSPH alumni group will be discontinued on May 15, 2015. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Featured News

    This year's Commencement speaker will be Donald Hopkins, MPH ’70. Hopkins is an alumnus of the School who played a pivotal role in the elimination of smallpox and is now leading efforts that are close to eliminating Guinea worm disease worldwide.
    Congratulations to Francine Laden on her promotion to Professor of Environmental Epidemiology in the Departments of Environmental Health and Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
    Meet Alvin Tran, ScD '18, Nutrition, president of the Harvard Chan Student Government Association
    Alumni Councilor and Global Alumni Networking Committee member Rashad Massoud, MPH '93, recently was traveling for work and connected with fellow Alumni in Gaborone, Botswana for an informal gathering. Are you traveling and would like to connect with other Harvard Chan School alumni ? Contact the Office for Alumni Affairs with your travel details. 
    The Department of Biostatistics seeks nominations for the 4th annual award to recognize alumni whose research in statistical theory and application, leadership in biomedical research, and commitment to teaching have had a major impact on the theory and practice of statistical science.
    Gail Price-Wise, SM' 86 explores the tale of Willie Ramirez and a language barrier that led to malpractice in her new book, ​"An Intoxicating Error: Mistranslation, Medical Malpractice, and Prejudice"
    More News