Maya Kotas, MD, PhD, will delve into the intricate role of the innate immune system in governing the biology of the airway epithelium.
The Thich Nhat Hanh Center for Mindfulness in Public Health warmly welcomes Harvard Chan students, staff, and faculty to come together for an afternoon mindfulness practice Thursday, November 16th from 1 pm to … Continue reading "Drop-In Mindfulness Session"
Join the Harvard Longwood community for a festive Hanukkah celebration at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health on December 12th at 5:30 pm! Hosted by the Harvard Chan Office … Continue reading "Hanukkah: A Harvard Longwood Community Event"
Fall 2023 Research Data Management Seminar Series A part of the data workflow is preparing the data for analysis. Some of this involves data cleaning, where errors in the data are … Continue reading "Data Cleaning with OpenRefine"
With Kelly McConville - Department of Statistics, Harvard University Harvard Forest’s seminar series features cutting-edge research in ecology, land-use history, and climatic change, and its applications to conservation biology, environmental … Continue reading "Harvard Forest Seminar: Forest Estimation in the Age of Big(ger) Data"
A presentation from 2023–2024 Radcliffe fellow Narges Mahyar At Radcliffe, Mahyar is investigating innovative techniques to integrate situated visualization, augmented reality, and civic technology to design and build a mobile platform that simulates the localized impact of climate change, thereby providing Boston residents with an immersive experience of climate change visualizations and empowering them to … Continue reading "Rising Tides: Integrating Situated Visualization, Augmented Reality, and Public-Participation Technology to Create an Accessible Platform for Localized Climate Change Visualization and Discourse"
The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability and the Vice Provost Office for Advances in Learning present Harvard Speaks on Climate Change, a new series featuring Harvard faculty working on different dimensions of the climate challenge. In this session, Professors Dustin Tingley and Gordon Hanson will explore the political, economic, and social challenges surrounding the energy transition. Dustin will … Continue reading "Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Climate Politics and the Energy Transition"
The Thich Nhat Hanh Center for Mindfulness in Public Health warmly welcomes Harvard Chan students, staff, and faculty to come together for an afternoon mindfulness practice Thursday, November 16th from 1 pm to 1:50 pm in Kresge, Room 110. The drop-in mindfulness sessions include sitting and walking meditations, learning about mindfulness, and practicing mindfulness to enhance our energy of ease and … Continue reading "Drop-In Mindfulness Session"