Senior Leadership Fellows
Providing a bridge from the world of decision-making to the world of academe, senior fellows are recent high-level leaders focused on public health, from government, non-profit organizations, journalism or an NGO, who spend a semester at the School teaching and mentoring students.
The Forum Webcasting Series
In the 21st Century, decisions about health issues require intense cooperation and understanding between scientific experts and those in a position to make and implement policy decisions affecting populations worldwide. Produced in The Leadership Studio, The Forum at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health provides decision-makers with a global platform to discuss policy choices and scientific controversies, allowing participants to leverage their collective knowledge.
Voices in Leadership Webcasting Series
This webcast series invites leaders to speak candidly about their experience as leaders. Highly interactive, the program is produced in The Leadership Studio for a studio audience. Webcast live, videos with searchable transcripts are posted for future viewing. Learn about effective decisions and ones that failed. Hear behind-the-scenes stories and engage with experienced leaders as they share lessons learned and their own personal career reflections.
EduClip: The Video-Sharing Tool
EduClip enables students and faculty to search video collections for content on a wide variety of topics. In the classroom, these videos stimulate learning by providing teachable moments for comparing and contrasting ideas from a variety of sources and situations.
RELATED RESOURCE: You may also want to check out the School’s Case-Based Teaching and Learning page. This single repository for all resources developed by and for the Harvard Chan School Case-Based Teaching and Learning Center. You will find a library of public health teaching cases designed to engage students in real-life situations that reflect issues they will face as public health professionals. You will also find resources on how to teach using the case-method, as well as help for writing your own cases.