About Program

Fostering Advancement & Careers through Enrichment Training in Science (FACETS) is a six-week, virtual, interdisciplinary, research-intensive summer program hosted by The Office of Diversity and Inclusion within the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. FACETS offers a cadre of coursework, professional development, and networking opportunities to increase participants competitiveness for graduate school admission. Underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply!

FACETS program participants are paired with a research mentor and graduate student mentor to help them navigate research topics in the field of public health. Specifically, participants engage in coursework focusing on, social and behavioral sciences, global health and population, environmental science, career navigation, and statistics.

A key component of  our program is networking – participants form a group of mentors ranging from peers to faculty across the entire school who provide guidance, support and connections.  Students receive opportunities to interact with world class faculty from across the school during evening lectures, which have included: David Christiani, Max Essex, Phyllis KankiNancy KriegerEric Rimm, George SeageWalter WillettDavid Williams, and Dean Michelle Williams.

Program Dates:

June 6 – July 15, 2022

Deadline to Apply:

March 4, 2022


Rising Juniors and Seniors



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