In this issue
The stories of donors emerging from unlikely places or at difficult times, with gifts large and small, are integral to the School’s 100-year history.
- Her fortune for the children
- Today’s biggest philanthropy supports HSPH work
- Menschel gifts define enlightened philanthropy
Also in this issue
Defining choices: Between indifference and caring
Dean Frenk reflects on the meaning and purpose of public health.
Quick updates about public health news from the Winter 2014 issue of Harvard Public Health.
Recognizing Alumni accomplishments.
Catlin Powers has converted her concern for the environment into life-saving energy technologies.
Francesca Dominici’s research on airplane noise and heart disease documents an everday–and overlooked–risk.
Fellowship Celebration, Commencement, and the Dean’s China Trip.
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