On Monday, August 10, students, faculty, and staff at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health marked the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri.
Smartboard? Check. Video cameras? Check. Mobile furniture? Check. This fall, students can look forward to a new a new active learning classroom that offers some of the latest and greatest innovations for flexible learning.
Finding offers insight into mechanisms of asthma, other diseases August 11, 2015 — An unexpected new discovery—that, in people with asthma, the cells that … Continue reading “No traffic jams in asthmatic cells”
Researchers recommend that laser printers be kept in well-ventilated areas August 11, 2015 — Manufacturers of toner used in consumer laser printers and other … Continue reading “Laser printing has gone ‘nano’ — but is it safe?”
August 5, 2015- On Wednesday, July 22, students, faculty, and staff packed into the Kresge cafeteria for the annual Scoopfest. School deans, senior leaders, … Continue reading “Harvard Chan community out in force for Scoopfest”
August 4, 2015 – People who eat spicy foods nearly every day have a 14% chance of living longer than those who consume spicy … Continue reading “Frequent spicy food consumption linked with longer life”
August 3, 2015 — A recent string of racially motivated violence in the U.S.—including the horrific shooting deaths of nine people in a black … Continue reading “Today’s racial violence has long roots in the past”
July 29, 2015 – The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health community was saddened to learn of the death on January 30, 2015, … Continue reading “In memoriam: Warren Berggren, championed health as human right”
July 9, 2015 — When the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health kicked off the celebration of the first Commencement under its new … Continue reading “Portrait of T.H. Chan unveiled during Commencement week”
July 6, 2015 — Up to 2,100 Air Force reservists who may have been exposed to harmful levels of Agent Orange on contaminated cargo … Continue reading “VA extends benefits to Air Force reservists exposed to Agent Orange”