This is the last date that a student can add/drop/change ANY Summer or Summer 1 course without permission. After this date, students can submit a petition to the Registrar’s Office via my.harvard to request a late drop, which will result in a WD (unless an exception is approved).
Course dates: July 11-July 15, 2022 Application deadline: April 15, 2022 Apply today for "Emotional Well-Being and Physical Health," a five-day short course co-hosted by the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness and the the Research Department of Behavioural Science and Health at University College London. With a target audience of junior scholars … Continue reading "Apply today: “Emotional Well-Being and Physical Health” Summer Short Course"
July 12 – 14, 2022 Improve your Operational Effectiveness with Health Care Project Management Skills In health care, clinical and administrative staff with no formal training in project management often end up leading project teams. These individuals may be subject matter experts, but likely have only a passing knowledge of the science of improvement. To move from … Continue reading "Exec. Ed: Health Care Project Management: The Intersection of Strategy, People, and Process"
Richard Siegrist will chair.
This is the last date that an HSPH student can drop a Summer or Summer 1 course with special permission or receive a WD grade. After the ‘last date to drop’ date HSPH students would be required to submit a petition to drop a course. This would be routed to the HSPH RO for review … Continue reading "Withdrawal Deadline: Summer & Summer 1 Term"
Presented jointly with Reuters In overturning Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court has ignited fundamental legal and political questions and radically shifted the healthcare landscape. Amidst the furor, those who want to keep abortion safe and legal ponder the path forward. This panel of experts from across Harvard will assess the fallout, evaluate a … Continue reading "After Roe: What’s next for abortion access, law, and politics"
July 18 – 22, 2022 Radiological emergency planning is used to mitigate the effects of events such as a release at a nuclear power plant, the detonation of an improvised nuclear device, or an explosion involving a radiological dispersal device (dirty bomb). While these types of emergencies are rare, they have the potential for devastating … Continue reading "Exec. Ed: Radiological Emergency Planning: Terrorism, Security, and Communication"
Harvard Chan C-CHANGE and Putney Pre College are hosting their annual Youth Summit on Climate, Equity, and Health this July in Boston, MA. This week-long summit will train high school students to be leaders in their communities through workshops, field-based activities, and meetings with scientists, health and policy experts, academics, energy innovators, and more. Students … Continue reading "Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Youth Summit on Climate Change and Public Health"