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Better Off: A new podcast from Harvard Chan School

How can we make our families, communities, and our world a little bit better during the COVID-19 crisis, and beyond?  That's the question we're asking on Better Off, a new podcast from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public…

Beirut blast sends Lebanon into crisis mode

After devastating explosions in Lebanon’s capital, alumna Ghada El-Hajj Fuleihan is discussing potential support and collaborations with Harvard Chan faculty and alumni to help ensure that education, research, funding, and training of future health care professionals continues.

Connecting young students with real-world scientists

Two Harvard Chan School faculty members and one alumna are among 22 experts featured in a project called “I Am A Scientist,” which aims to promote STEM diversity by providing middle- and high-school students with information about modern-day…

The benefits of peer learning

Learning from peers—whether it’s a faculty member learning from another faculty member or a student learning from a fellow student—is an important component of education, according to experts who gathered at the eighth annual Harvard Initiative for Learning…

School deepens ties with Jindal Global University

August 9, 2018 – For the past three years, 25-30 students from Jindal Global University (JGU) in India have come to Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs in Cambridge for a three-week intensive summer course focused on the…

Commencement 2018 Awards Photo Gallery

May 22, 2018 — Each year, awards are presented to graduating students, faculty, and staff at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Winners were announced at a celebration held in the Kresge Courtyard on May 22,…

Education key to boosting Americans’ health, longevity

Americans spend thousands of dollars more annually on medical care than people in other wealthy nations, but tend to have shorter, less healthy lives. What’s the most cost-effective way to help Americans stay well? It’s through education, according…

Oregon law aims to curb distracted driving

Jay Winsten, associate dean and the Frank Stanton Director of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Center for Health Communication, discussed the challenges of getting drivers to curb their cellphone use when behind the wheel in…