Who Should Attend?
PCS alumni tell us, “Everyone needs PCS!” Students from around the world with a wide range of English skills have found PCS to be very valuable in getting a jump on the year ahead and in helping them prepare for the intense pace of HSPH studies. Those who have never attended university in the U.S. or lived or worked in an English-speaking environment may find the program particularly useful.
The program begins on Sunday, August 17. Classes meet most days for approximately seven hours. The program ends on Monday, August 25, coordinating with the start of HSPH orientation and registration.
Stockholm University, Political Economy; BA, Franconia College
Donald is an HSPH Instructor and the Director of Writing Programs. He teaches numerous writing courses, leads several peer review writing groups, mentors students and postdoctoral research fellows, and has extensive experience working with international students and researchers.
MEd, Harvard Graduate School of Education; BA, Wheaton College
A leader in educational IT innovation, Joyce works with international students to improve their communication and academic skills by developing interactive technologies to enhance cross-cultural communications. An experienced educator, researcher, and graduate thesis advisor, Joyce designs and directs the professional development of educators throughout New England with support from the National Science Foundation.