The mission of the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness is to build a rigorous and interdisciplinary science of positive health and well-being, and translate the science to influence practice and policy.

 

Announcements

NEW: Resources for Resilience

The Center for Health and Happiness just launched a new repository of resources focused on resilience, drawing from the latest science and informed by partnerships across Harvard and beyond. Among these resources: a COVID-19 Dashboard from a recent working group led by Center Co-Director Dr. Vish Viswanath.

Stress Measurement Network Award

Congratulations to Ruijia Chen and Dr. Harold Lee on their recent grants awarded by the National Institute of Aging-funded Stress Measurement Network to support their projects examining the cross-national relationships between stress and aging.

2020 Dissertation Award Winners

The Center for Health and Happiness is pleased to announce that two Harvard doctoral students have been awarded the  Dissertation Research Award for the 2020-2021 academic year. Congratulations to our 2020 winners, Ashley Gripper & Eric Coles!