SBS students, Christine Mitchell, SD ’19 and Morgan Shields, SM ’16 among those who spoke to honor the victims. Read More photo: Noah Leavitt
The CHOICES research team identifies four strategies found to be more cost-effective than existing clinical interventions to treat obesity. Read More Cost Effectiveness of Childhood Obesity Interventions (American Journal of … Continue reading “Proven strategies to tame the childhood obesity epidemic”
Erica Kenney, Steve Gortmaker, Michael Long and Angie Cradock contribute to a recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health. Read More photo: iStockPhoto.com
On June 8, 2015, Alfredo Perez-Hidalgo, Director of Administration, was honored at the 2015 Harvard Heroes ceremony at Sanders Theatre. President Drew Faust described Alfredo’s achievements by saying, “praise for you … Continue reading “A Hero Among Us”
Vaughan Rees and Vish Viswanath contribute to HPH Magazine feature: The E-Cig Quandary. Read the Article
SBS doctoral student, Shaniece Criss, ’15 was selected to deliver this year’s student speaker address. Shaniece reflected on her Grandmama Sarah as the person who inspired her to pursue a … Continue reading “Shaniece Criss, SD ’15, Commencement 2015 Student Speaker”
At this year’s commencement celebration and awards presentation, several SBS students and faculty were honored. Congratulations to Ying Chen, Michael Gilbert, Rockli Kim and Rima Rudd.
Anvita Kulkarni, a two-year masters student in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences was awarded a Schweitzer Fellowship for the 2015-16 academic year. Anvita will be coordinating a series of … Continue reading “Anvita Kulkarni, SM ’16, named Schweitzer Fellow”