WinterSession and spring semester

Dear Members of the Harvard Chan School Community, I’m writing to let you know that the School—with guidance from the University, staff, and our own faculty experts, and through careful deliberations within our COVID-19 Planning and Education Planning committees—has made the difficult decision to extend remote learning through WinterSession and the 2021 spring semester (Spring1 … Continue reading “WinterSession and spring semester”

A message from Dean Michelle A. Williams

It is no exaggeration to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has upended every aspect of our lives. Worldwide cases are in the millions, with hundreds of thousands of deaths. The economic impact is unprecedented in scale and scope. We still have no definitive treatment to fight the virus. And a viable vaccine is months if … Continue reading “A message from Dean Michelle A. Williams”

Update on transitioning back to the workplace

Dear Harvard Chan School Community, As this extraordinary spring semester draws to a close, we were all hoping that by now we would have a more definitive sense of how and when we can move back to some approximation of normal operations. While there is still so much uncertainty in the direction of this pandemic … Continue reading “Update on transitioning back to the workplace”

Commuter Services – Masks on Shuttles, 5/4/20

Message from MASCO Transportation Manager Jim Nee, May 4, 2020: Effective Wednesday, May 6th, per Governor Baker’s order that all residents of Massachusetts wear a face covering or mask when unable to be socially distant, MASCO shuttles will require that all passengers and drivers wear masks while on the shuttles. If you have any questions … Continue reading “Commuter Services – Masks on Shuttles, 5/4/20”

Commuter Services – M2 Service

Message from MASCO Transportation Manager Jim Nee, April 9, 2020: Effective Monday April 13th and until further notice, the M2 will be operating on a reduced schedule. The M2 will operate every 30 minutes, from 6:45 AM until 7:15 PM. Buses will depart from both Vanderbilt Hall and Lamont Library every 30 minutes on the … Continue reading “Commuter Services – M2 Service”

Essential personnel protocol

Dear Members of the Harvard Chan School Community, Please see the message below from Executive Vice President Katie Lapp that provides important information about Governor Baker’s stay-at-home advisory. Given we have already moved to remote work and teaching, we hope this advisory will have minimal impact on your work life. Please be reminded that building … Continue reading “Essential personnel protocol”