Alumni Week 2021
Public Health Through the Life Course
September 27 – October 2, 2021
The week includes live and on-demand content, including the annual Alumni Association awardee videos, and four live panels featuring faculty, alumni, and international experts covering topics such as how structural and institutional racism, social inequities, public policy, and social determinants of health impact child and adolescent development, affect healthy aging and well-being, and impact racial disparities across the life course. In addition, pre-recorded “Alumni Lightning Talks” will be available during the week and will feature Harvard Chan School graduates discussing how their work and research influences public health efforts across the life course.
Monday, September 27
Keynote Panel: Healthy Aging across the Life Course
12:00 – 1:00 PM ET
Alumni support of the Harvard Chan School is critical in helping us fulfill our vision of improving the lives of all people across the life course. Please give today, and together we can provide public health solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.
About the Harvard Chan Frontiers
The Harvard Chan Frontiers are the School’s next targets for humanity’s needed breakthroughs. With the full force of the Harvard Chan School and our collaborators advancing these core areas of research, we are dedicated to lifting lives on a world scale.
Special thanks to the Alumni Weekend Committee for working to plan this all-virtual Alumni Week program. The committee members are Dr. Michael Brown, SM ’07, Dr. Priti Lakhani, SM ’13, Dr. Edmond Feeks, MPH ’96, Jennifer Bishop, SD ’09, Jonathan Klein, MPH ’84, Jessica Huang, DrPH ’19, Yu-Cheng Tsai, SM ’19, and Andrew Sanderson, MPH ’16. If you are interested in joining the Alumni Weekend Committee to assist with planning future programs please contact email@example.com