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Positive disruption

Saamon Legoski, MPH ’20, is on a mission—for environmental justice March 4, 2020 – When Saamon Legoski sees something wrong, he feels compelled to make it right. Last year, for example, while working as a behavioral specialist and…

Bridging the worlds of health and design

March 4, 2020—Juan Reynoso is about to step into largely uncharted territory. When he graduates this spring, he’ll be only the second person to have completed a new joint Master in Public Health (MPH)/Master in Urban Planning (MUP)…

Taking a study break—by painting

February 28, 2020 – Dozens of Harvard Chan School students gathered recently for an evening of painting. The free event was aimed at giving students a mental health break from academic stress. The event, held in the FXB…

Getting to know ... MPH student Glen Cheng

February 26, 2020—Attorney and physician Glen Cheng is now earning his MPH as part of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Occupational & Environmental Medicine Residency program. He recently discussed his path to Harvard Chan School, the…

Students, families celebrate at doctoral reception

February 19, 2020 - On February 13, 2020 doctoral and DrPH students, their families, faculty, and staff gathered in Kresge Cafeteria to celebrate at the annual doctoral reception. Hosted by the Office of the Dean, the event began…

Dean’s Office hosts master’s reception

February 19, 2020 - On February 6, 2020 the Dean’s Office hosted its annual reception for master’s and MPH students, their families, faculty, and staff. Dean Michelle Williams kicked off the event with opening remarks before turning the…