Join the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative on Zoom for our Virtual Student Open House. Learn about our research and educational programs, and find out how to get involved through research assistant positions, internships, and humanitarian-focused student events. This event is open to Harvard students, staff, and faculty. Register at http://hsph.me/hhiopenhouse
Carole Hooven, Lecturer and Codirector of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University In conversation with Daniel Gilbert, Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology, Harvard University While most people agree that sex differences in human behavior exist, they disagree about the reasons. But the science is clear: testosterone is a potent force in human society, … Continue reading "Testosterone: The Hormone that Dominates and Divides Us (Free Virtual Lecture)"
Please join us for a break from a very stressful world. Release your emotions through meditative painting. Caroline will guide you through the process of becoming in tune with your emotions, and give you the artistic tools to express those feelings. This is not your standard paint night with an image you copy, rather a … Continue reading "Creative Painting with Caroline"
Connect with leading Public Health employers to learn about full-time, internship, and fellowship opportunities from the comfort of your home, office, smartphone or tablet. After registering, you'll be able to explore the available information and opportunities, and then on the day of the event you can participate in 1-on-1 text-based chats with representatives from participating … Continue reading "Harvard T.H. Chan Public Health Virtual Fall Career Expo"
Stigma and discrimination shape LGBTQ people’s experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV), yet existing theories of LGBTQ health inequities are limited in accounting for IPV. This talk will review existing conceptual approaches to the role of anti-LGBTQ stigma in IPV and propose a new approach that addresses the socioeconomic impacts of stigma as well as … Continue reading "Reconceptualizing IPV Inequities in LGBTQ Populations: Integrating Psychological and Socioeconomic Considerations"
On Tuesday, September 21, the FXB Center will host “Anti-Racism in Public Health Policies, Practice, and Research,” a virtual symposium. One of the FXB Center’s latest core initiatives focuses on unpacking and addressing structural racism and health in the U.S. and other parts of the globe. The goal of the FXB Center is to deepen … Continue reading "Anti-Racism in Public Health Policies, Practice, and Research"
Climate change is accelerating, with growing impacts on human health. Public concern is also increasing, and solutions are at hand. Health professionals are trusted messengers that can help their community, peers, and policymakers turn concern into action. The Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is … Continue reading "Climate for Health Ambassador Training"
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a great impact on everyone, especially children and adolescents. The next Population Mental Health Forum will focus on the impact of the pandemic on issues related to youth mental health. This panel discussion will discuss recent research findings related to youth mental health and as well as lived experience from … Continue reading "The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Youth and Adolescent Mental Health"
Join the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness for "The Workplace and Worker Well-Being: Work as a Social Determinant of Health," presented by Dr. Lisa Berkman. This event is part of the Center for Health and Happiness 2021-2022 seminar series and is organized on the theme of "Recovery and Resilience." Attendance is free … Continue reading "The Workplace and Worker Well-Being: Work as a Social Determinant of Health"