A Program of Research on the Role of Race in Adolescent Academic and Social Life Online | SBS Racism & Health Seminar Series

Drawing on developmental theories of race, this presentation will synthesize two decades of research on the messages adolescents send and receive about race online. From articles on the contributions of one’s racial-ethnic group to viral videos of police killings, it outlines how engagement with race-related content and discussions online impacts academic, behavioral and mental health … Continue reading "A Program of Research on the Role of Race in Adolescent Academic and Social Life Online | SBS Racism & Health Seminar Series"

When Twin Public Health Crises Meet: Trends in Ill-Being and Deaths of Despair during the COVID Pandemic | CHH Seminar Series

Dr. Carol Graham is Leo Pasvolsky Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, a College Park Professor at the University of Maryland, and a Senior Scientist at Gallup. Her areas of expertise include poverty, inequality, subjective wellbeing, the economics of happiness and development economics. She is the author of many books, including Happiness for All? Unequal Hopes … Continue reading "When Twin Public Health Crises Meet: Trends in Ill-Being and Deaths of Despair during the COVID Pandemic | CHH Seminar Series"

Investing in Prevention: How a Clinical Strategy in Denver Could Improve Health and Address Health Equity

The CHOICES Project is excited to host the second event in our CHOICES Web Forum series. In this panel, key leaders in the field will discuss strategies in the health care setting that can improve population health and reduce disparities in obesity-related health behaviors and outcomes and can be feasibly implemented across cities, counties, and states … Continue reading "Investing in Prevention: How a Clinical Strategy in Denver Could Improve Health and Address Health Equity"

Women, Gender & Health Welcome Event

Countway Community Garden

The Women, Gender & Health Concentration will kick off the year and welcome new students. Lean how you can be involved, plan events, and complete the concentration. All of WGH events give recognition to the diversity and inequities among people all genders in relation to race, ethnicity, nationality, class, sexual orientation, age, etc. and that … Continue reading "Women, Gender & Health Welcome Event"

Center for Health and Happiness 2021 Informational Session

Via Zoom

Join the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness for our fall informational session. Learn more about the Center’s research and opportunities to get involved in the upcoming year. All are welcome, and new Harvard Chan students are especially encouraged to attend. Online over Zoom. RVSP here.

Women, Gender & Health Fall Social

Penquin Pizza 735 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA

Join Women, Gender & Health Interdisciplinary Concentration, faculty, students, and staff for a casual after-work networking get-together. Food and drinks will be provided. To RSVP, contact wgh@hsph.harvard.edu.

MCH Concentration Information Session

Via Zoom

Please join the Maternal and Child Health Center of Excellence virtually for an information session on the Maternal and Child Health concentration, September 13th from 1-2pmET Register for Zoom information.

CHH Fall Social

The Squealing Pig 134 Smith St, Boston, MA

Join the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness for a welcome reception to celebrate the start of the school year.  Location: The Squealing Pig Restaurant, 134 Smith St, Boston, MA 02120 (outdoor patio seating) Please RSVP here to confirm your attendance, as seating may be limited.