Welcome to Crimson Cash! We hope you take advantage of Harvard’s Crimson Cash program, a no cost convenient way to use your student ID to pay for laundry, vending, printing & copy, and dining at locations on and off campus. When your ID card was activated so was your own Crimson Cash account. Your Crimson Cash account number is the “CC” 16-digit code which can be found on the back of your student ID. Just add value by visiting our website at https://cash.harvard.edu/.
Interested in Applying to Register your Harvard Chan Student Organization?
Application Deadline: September 17 at 5pm for Fall Registration
To learn more about existing groups or how to start a new group, contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Student organizations are a vital part of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and greatly enhance the cultural, social, and intellectual life on campus. The Office for Student Affairs formally registers student organizations on campus.
Meet your newly appointed Academic Program Representative for MPH in Epidemiology!
Juan Luis Santana is ready to serve your cohort as an officer of the Harvard Chan Student Association.
JOB POSTING: Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project (IARA) Technical Writer (TW) and Research Assistant (RA)
IARA is looking for a part-time TW and RA to support a new project on effective measures of health care organizations engaging in internally focused antiracist change. They would work closely with senior staff to analyze & summarize works; write accessible translations of complex research for lay audiences; and scan & document the field. Pay is $18/hour for 10-14 hours per week. For more information or to apply, please send resume, cover letter, and writing sample to email@example.com.
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Submit your questions about Fall 2021 to HCSA!
Do you have any questions about the Fall 2021 semester? Change has been the only constant this past year, and we know many students are confused about the new academic term. You can anonymously submit questions and/or confusions you have about the coming semester at this link: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_26kkj3JNKjk8TYi Please submit by Sunday, August 29th. Your feedback will help us inform HSPH administration as to what needs to be communicated.
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