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The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health deeply values diversity, and our administration is committed to ensuring a safe and inclusive environment for all students, staff, and faculty. As Halloween approaches, we ask students and student organizations to be sensitive to the impact of their actions, and we support the following message:
“When choosing costumes and promoting events this Halloween, please avoid themes and imagery that perpetuate racial, cultural, and gender stereotypes, or stigmatize marginalized groups.”
DIVE IN @ HSPH
Dive In @ HSPH is a brand new interactive forum focused on creating an inclusive and culturally competent workforce of public health leaders while providing students the opportunity to engage with Harvard alumni in dialogue on career development. Dive In is organized by HSPH Student Government, but is an event that will appeal to anyone interested in diversity and inclusion in the workforce.
The first Dive In forum takes place Saturday, November 8th from 10am-3pm in the HSPH Kresge Building in Longwood. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Open to all Harvard students at no cost (space is limited).
Register Here: DiveIn.eventbrite.com
Goals of Dive In @ HSPH:
1) To provide students the opportunity to engage in dialogue on career development;
2) To create an inclusive and culturally competent workforce of public health leaders.
Panel 1: Discussion on Implicit Bias
Glenda M. Russell, PhD
Consultant and Licensed Psychologist
Specializations: Sexual orientation psychology, hate crimes, LGBT in politics
Karen Raforth, PhD
Consultant and Licensed Psychologist
Specializations: Human resource management, leadership coaching, institutional politics
Panel 2: Discussion with HSPH Alumni on:
– Public health from the local alumni perspective
– Gender inequity in the workforce
– Evaluating organizational culture and cultural competency
– Social injustices and inequities
Anne McHugh, MS
Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
Boston Public Health Commission
Sari Reisner, ScD
The Fenway Institute
Sarah Perez-McAdoo, MD, MPH
Youth Empowerment Adolescent Health (YEAH!) Network
Gloria Rudisch, MD
Child Health Services
Brookline Department of Public Health
The Student Government would like to thank the HSPH Office of Diversity & Inclusion and Department of Nutrition for contributing to Dive In. We’d also like to thank the Office of Alumni Affairs & Career Advancement and the Office for Student Affairs at HSPH for helping to organize the event.
Alumni-Student Networking & Career Mentor Roundtable
Thursday, October 30
The Alumni-Student Networking and Career Mentor Roundtable is an opportunity for alumni to impart career and professional networking advice to current HSPH students. Students will have the opportunity to mingle with alumni at the start of the event and then meet in small groups with alumni from similar interests and desired fields of practice.
The intent of the program is for students to connect with an alumni mentor and continue the mentoring relationship during their time at HSPH.
The goal of an alumni mentor is to help students and answer questions about careers in public health and offer support and guidance to them as they move through their graduate studies. Local alumni are in a unique position to provide a deeper level of guidance.
Alumni interested in attending the attending the Alumni-Student Networking and Career Mentoring Roundtable, please RSVP by Friday, October 24. Be sure to update your current business information, including title and field of practice. A very brief description of your work experience complements your mentor profile.
Date & Location
Time: 5:30 PM to 6:45 PM
677 Huntington Avenue
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Harvard School of Public Health
Yerby Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
The Harvard School of Public Health is now accepting applications for the 2015-2017 Yerby Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. This program is designed to increase diversity among individuals who wish to pursue academic careers in public health. Working closely with accomplished faculty mentors, Yerby fellows gain experience and skills in areas critical to succeed in an academic environment, with an emphasis on research, publication, and grant writing.
Applicants should be members of a minority group that is underrepresented in academic public health; individuals from other backgrounds that would contribute to academic diversity, including those with disabilities, will also be considered. Candidates must have received (or be about to receive) a doctoral degree in a relevant field. Online applications are now being accepted at https://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/5575.
The application deadline is December 1, 2014.
This is an excellent opportunity for promising young scholars. More information can be found at: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/faculty-affairs/yerby-postdoctoral-fellowship-program/. If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.