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“We’re trying to get more resources to where they can have an immediate impact in the face of this crisis."
Andrew and Corey Morris-Singer are deploying resources where they can have an immediate impact in the fight against COVID-19.
"You can't ask people to carry student debt and also go into this field, which is not handsomely paid but of tremendous public benefit."
Because of the ripple effect of financial aid, fellowships benefit not only the students themselves but also the lives they will touch throughout their public health careers.
"We support student travel fellowships because there are some kinds of learning that cannot occur in the classroom."
The Albina Fund for Student Travel Fellowships provides students from the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights with hands-on learning experiences focused on international assistance and global health and development.
Scavenger hunts, socially distanced pumpkin carving, outdoor games and parades, and virtual costume contests are among the options parents can consider for their kids’ Halloween activities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Harvard Chan School experts offer comments and context about the coronavirus in a variety of media outlets.
The odds are “reasonably high” that a coronavirus vaccine will be approved before the end of the year, according to Harvard Chan School's Howard Koh.
New research from the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard provides a snapshot of the COVID-19 pandemic’s toll on wellbeing in the U.S.
Fears related to the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest, and the upcoming election are contributing to record gun sales in the U.S.—and more guns to lead to more deaths, says a Harvard Chan expert.