Brittney Butler, PhD, Harvard Bell Fellow, Center for Population and Development Studies, and FXB Health & Human Rights Fellow, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, will present in person “Associations between lifecourse racial and economic segregation and maternal hypertension among Black women.” Join us at the Pop Center or register to attend via Zoom.
Featuring Gabriella Stern, director of communications at the World Health Organization. This event is part of our ongoing student workshop series, Health Communication in a Changing World, presented jointly with the Health Communication Concentration. Registration now open to students at Harvard Chan School and elsewhere at Harvard. This is an on-campus event. Lunch will be provided.
Book Launch Event for “Overtime: America’s Aging Workforce and the Future of Working Longer,” co-edited by Lisa Berkman and Beth Truesdale. Join the editors for a conversation about a challenge that many Americans are facing— and will be confronting— in the years ahead: is a delayed retirement a realistic, practical and tenable option for all of us as … Continue reading "Overtime: America’s Aging Workforce and the Future of Working Longer | Book Launch"
The Working Group—comprised of faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, and students—meets monthly. Everyone is invited to attend and a light lunch is served. In addition to discussing the administrative aspects of the concentration, there is also a pedagogical component. The Events Committee, Curriculum Committee, and Take Action Tuesday Committee share updates. Committees are always accepting new … Continue reading "Women, Gender, and Health Working Group Meeting"
Lindsay Kobayashi, PhD, MSc, assistant professor, department of epidemiology, University of Michigan School of Public Health and former Harvard Bell Fellow (2016–2018 cohort) and Molly Rosenberg, PhD, associate professor, department of epidemiology and biostatistics, Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington and former Harvard Bell Fellow (2014–2016 cohort) will present in person “Socioeconomic conditions and cognitive aging in rural South … Continue reading "Socioeconomic Conditions And Cognitive Aging In Rural South Africa | CPDS Social Demography Seminar Series"
Please join Harvard Chan’s Women, Gender & Health Interdisciplinary Concentration (WGH) in welcoming speakers Dr. Kimberly Nelson (BU School of Public Health) & Dr. Kristen Underhill (Cornell Law School) in a … Continue reading "LGBTQIA+ Youth Health & Policy | WGH Resilience and Resistance: Gender, Policies, and Health Series"
Sarah M. Coyne is a professor of human development in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. She received her BSc degree in Psychology from Utah State University, and her PhD in Psychology from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, England. Her research interests involve media, aggression, gender, and child development. Coyne … Continue reading "Sarah Coyne, PhD | CHH Digital Media And Well-Being Seminar Series"
Yu Xie, PhD, Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Sociology and Director of Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, Princeton University Visiting Chair Professor of Center for Social Research, Peking University will present in person TBA. Join us at the Pop Center or register below to attend via Zoom.
Please register for this event. Speaker: Justin White, PhD, Associate Professor of Health Economics, UCSF School of Medicine Details will be forthcoming.