November 1, 2013
At Harvard School of Public Health’s Second Century Symposium, held as part of the School’s centennial celebration, Dean Julio Frenk unveiled a new vision for public health education. “The idea is to achieve a harmonious balance between online, on-site, and in-field approaches,” said Frenk. The all-day event drew some 500 participants from more than 100 colleges and universities in 17 countries, including the deans of each of the top six schools of public health in the United States.
Video highlights of the Second Century Symposium can be found at hsph.me/second-century-symposium