Category Archives: Media Services

Leadership Studio Productions Today and Monday

We begin the fall season today in the HSPH Leadership Studio with a live Forum at HSPH event at 12:30 pm presented in collaboration with the Huffington Post.

Obesity Forum

Forum at HSPH

Then on Monday, September 16, Decision-Making: Voices from the Field features Felipe Calderón, former president of Mexico, at 12:30-1:30pm.

Both events will be produced by HSPH’s in-house production team of Ian Tosh (IT), Sarah Bearse (IT), Chris Riley (IT), and Patrick Carey (Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development).

Another Student Portrait Day Scheduled for Thursday, April 25, 2013

Due to the success of our first student portrait day in March and with Commencement quickly approaching, the Office for Student Affairs and Department of Information Technology are partnering to provide a portrait service for students.  A staff photographer will be on hand to take digital photographs with professional lighting on:

Thursday, April 25, 9 am to 5 pm
Kresge G7

These digital photos will be ideal for LinkedIn profiles and other purposes.  After the shoot, students will receive electronic copies of the photographs for their use.

If you would like your picture taken, please contact the Office for Students to reserve a time.

Thank you,
Department of Information Technology

Student Portraits

With Commencement quickly approaching, the Office for Student Affairs and Department of Information Technology are partnering to provide a portrait service for students.  A staff photographer will be on hand to take digital photographs with professional lighting on:

Thursday, March 28, 9 am to 5 pm
Kresge G7

These digital photos will be ideal for LinkedIn profiles and other purposes.  After the shoot, students will receive electronic copies of the photographs for their use.

If you would like your picture taken, please contact the Office for Students to reserve a time.

Thank you,
Department of Information Technology

Doubleheader in HSPH Leadership Studio This Morning

IT and Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development staff are busy preparing back-to-back events this morning in the HSPH Leadership Studio.

Decision-Making: Voices from the Field

March 6, 2013, 10:30 to 11:30

Speakers:

Rafael Bengoa
Former Minister of Health and Consumer Affairs
Basque Country, Spain

Thomas Zeltner
Special Envoy of the Director-General in Finance, World Health Organization
Former Secretary of State for Health, Switzerland

On-demand video will be available later this week.

Forum at HSPH

Live webcast in collaboration with the Huffington Post begins at 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.

Our Harvard Hero

Congratulations to Sarah Bearse, HSPH Leadership Studio Technical Manager, for being recognized by the University in the Harvard Heroes Program.  With many outstanding candidates from all over the University, only 49 individuals from more than 12,000 Harvard staff were selected as Harvard Heroes in 2012.

 

On June 5th, Sarah and her invited guests (family, friends, and colleagues) will attend a celebration for 2012 Harvard Heroes in Sanders Theater hosted by President Faust with a reception in the Harvard Faculty Club.

Sarah received the news from our HR Partner Elissa Chambers and Robin Herman, Director of the Forum at HSPH

 

 

Global Climate Change Course Offering

During the Spring 2 semester, HSPH is collaborating with Harvard’s Extension School on a distance learning pilot.  The course on global climate change is taught by Professor Aaron Bernstein and a number of guest lecturers.  The pilot offers the course both as a residential course at HSPH and also as a distance learning course through the Harvard Extension School.

The course uses a mixture of equipment from HSPH and from Extension School.  As part of this pilot, we installed some additional production lighting and audio equipment in Kresge G2 to improve overall production quality.

Professor Bernstein introduces the course at the first session.

Extension School students may view lectures either live or on-demand.

On the technical-side, HSPH’s Sarah Bearse, Christopher Riley, Mike Demarco and Erin Leveille are working with Division of Continuing Education colleagues Christian Wisewarver, Rod Linheim, and James Peregrino on the project.

 

Live from the HSPH Leadership Studio

Professor Walter Willett appeared on both ABC and CBS national news programming this week.  The recordings conveniently took place live from the HSPH Leadership Studio on Kresge 10th Floor.

CBS News Link

View News Reports:

Soda a day may lead to heart attacks in men, CBS News

Is Red Meat Hazardous to Your Health?, ABC News

The studio productions were staffed by Department of Information Technology’s Sarah Bearse and Christopher Riley.

 

 

TODAY: Watch Live Forum Webcast

FIGHTING THE CLOCK: How America’s Sleep Deficit is Damaging Longterm Health

Presented in Collaboration with The Huffington Post

  • Date: Tuesday, March 6
  • Time: 2-3 PM ET
  • Watch at www.ForumHSPH.org and share the link with your colleagues.

PARTICIPATE DURING THE LIVE WEBCAST

Join the live chat at 1:30 p.m. ET, which will be featured on The Forum’s Fighting the Clock: How America’s Sleep Deficit is Damaging Longterm Health web page. We’ll also be live-tweeting from @ForumHSPH.

MODERATOR

  • Alana B. Elias Kornfeld, Editor In Chief, Healthy Living, The Huffington Post

EXPERT PARTICIPANTS

  • Charles Czeisler, Chief, Division of Sleep Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Professor of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • Susan Redline, Professor of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director, Programs in Sleep and Cardiovascular Medicine and Sleep Medicine Epidemiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Frank Hu, Professor of Nutrition and Epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health
  • Lucian Leape, Chair, Lucian Leape Institute at the National Patient Safety Foundation, and Adjunct Professor of Health Policy, Harvard School of Public Health

American society conspires against the need for sleep. Children set off for school before many workdays begin. Tough financial times push cash-strapped workers into seeking multiple jobs. Shift work conflicts with the body’s natural clock. Hard-charging executives push themselves to work long hours. The cost is more than fatigue. Sleep deprivation has been associated with a myriad of health problems, including increased risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and depression. Cognitive abilities decline as people tire. Risky behavior, such as driving while deeply fatigued, can put others in harm’s way. This Forum event — held just days before the country will lose an hour of sleep due to daylight saving time — will explore what we mean by “sleep deprivation,” what happens in tired brains and bodies, what are the longterm health risks for children and adults, and what kinds of policies should be considered for schools and businesses to protect health. And a good night’s sleep.