Each year several awards are presented to graduating students, faculty, and staff at the Harvard School of Public Health. The criteria and nomination processes vary. Please visit each award for more information.
A certificate to one or more graduating students whose past work and current activities exemplify a reverence for life and who have sought, as expressed by Schweitzer, “to make my life my argument.”
Awarded each year to an outstanding graduating student at HSPH who is dedicated to promoting the health of vulnerable people.
Presented annually to one graduating Ph.D. or S.D. student in the Division of Biological Sciences at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Recognizes a student team or individual whose project in public health practice contributes to the improvement of health of a defined population and makes a significant contribution to the public health practice knowledge base.
Awarded to a student upon graduation who has demonstrated commitment and achievement and has advanced the cause of public health practice while enrolled as a student at HSPH.
Honors a graduating student who has demonstrated, through student activities and/or community service efforts, a commitment to leadership, volunteerism, and the highest ethical standards.
A certificate to the graduating student voted by his or her fellow students to have been the best teaching assistant of the year.
Awarded each year to an outstanding doctoral student conducting field research in international health epidemiology.
Awarded to a faculty member who has enriched your academic, professional, or personal development at HSPH.
Awarded to HSPH staff who have made a significant impact on the lives of students at HSPH.