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School aims to broaden diversity, inclusion

November 3, 2015 -- Creating a more welcoming climate for all. Recruiting and retaining a more diverse group of students, staff, research appointees, and faculty. Fostering stronger connections with the surrounding Mission Hill community. These were some of…

Today’s racial violence has long roots in the past

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 church in Charleston, South Carolina in June—is deeply connected with a violent past that…

High school students get taste of public health

April 16, 2015 — Ameina Mosley, a student at the Community Academy of Science and Health (CASH) in Boston, has wanted to become a doctor ever since a family member died of diabetes at a young age. And…

Alumni tackle health disparities

April 2, 2015 —Chicago physicians Cheryl Whitaker, MPH ’94, and husband Eric Whitaker, MPH ’93, recently returned to Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health to discuss how their time at the School helped shape their careers,  and…

Unity Reception pays tribute to Black History Month

The deans, faculty, students and staff at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health came together February 26, 2015 for the 7th Annual Unity Reception in the FXB Atrium. In his welcoming remarks, Dean Julio Frenk acknowledged the…

Pursuing a path of diversity, inclusivity

November 5, 2014 -- Meredith Rosenthal, professor of health economics and policy, is marking one year as Harvard School of Public Health’s associate dean for diversity. Here, she discusses goals and challenges in creating a more diverse, more…