The Department of Environmental Health (EH) believes that the essence of public health is the primary prevention of disease. EH’s mission is to contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the health of all people through global leadership in research and training in environmental health.
The Department of Environmental Health focuses on complex problems that require a multi-disciplinary approach. Teaching is carried out through three concentrations:
- Exposure, Epidemiology, and Risk (EER)
- Environmental and Occupational Medicine and Epidemiology Program (EOME)
- Molecular and Integrative Physiological Sciences (MIPS)
There are also four Centers housed within the Department of Environmental Health:
- Center for Health and the Global Environment (CHGE)
- Harvard-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health
- Clean Air Research Center (CLARC)
- Harvard Education and Research Center (ERC)
Thursday, May 28: Commencement!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GRADUATES!
|Doctor of Science||Master of Science||Master of Public Health|
|Raphael Arku||Calvin Bannister||Morteza Asgarzadeh|
|Jose Guillermo Cedeno Laurent||Chi-Hsuan Chang||William Shane Journeay|
|Nancy Diao||Chrisy Chanataraspok||Kevin Loh|
|Iny Jhun||Justine Dupal||Bryant Martin|
|Don Kriens||Emily Eshleman||Ana Sandoval|
|Mihye Lee||Rui Hu||Samuel Turner|
|Sandra Pirela||Jina Kim|
|Emily Sparer||Hannah Laue||Medical Residents|
|Kathryn Taylor||Mallory Leblanc||Laurent Benedetti|
|Peter Umukoro||Lisa Rokoff||Mason Harrell|
|Muzo Wu||Amelia Valberg||Soni Matthew|
|Christopher Zevitas||Yan Wang|
Morning exercises in Harvard Yard begin with an academic procession at 8:35 a.m.
Afternoon events at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health begin at 1:30 p.m., with graduates beginning to line up for the academic procession.
2:30 PM – The academic procession begins; ceremony immediately follows.
5:00 PM – (approximately) The ceremony ends and the reception begins.
For the entire year’s Colloquium schedule and other seminars, see EVENTS.