French Conversation Group
Seminar Series (non-credit) | Improving Community Health: The Vital Role of Community Health Centers
HPHR Launch Celebration
The Harvard Public Health Review (HPHR) Editorial Board, along with its Sponsors, Departmental Sponsors, and Student Club Partners, invites you to: Harvard Public Health Review’s Launch Celebration Tuesday, January 30, 2018 | 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights (FXB) Atrium 677 Huntington Avenue | Boston, MA 02215 Please RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/RSVPReview. (The survey takes fewer than 10 seconds to complete.) Guests are welcome. There will be a brief program honoring the release of the eighth edition of the Harvard Public Health Review, and the many people, who have helped make the Journal possible. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served. Any questions contact
Countway Library Brown Bag at the Chan School – PubMed: Learn to Search Like an Expert
Frustrated searching PubMed? Get more control over your results with MeSH, subheadings, limits, and field searching. Learn how to refine your search to get the most precision, or how to do a broad but comprehensive search to find as much as possible on your topic. Registration is not required. Feel free to bring your lunch.
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INFORMAL, CONFIDENTIAL CONVERSATIONS AND SUPPORT OPEN TO ALL HARVARD STUDENTS ON A VARIETY OF ISSUES Let’s Talk is a great way to talk to a counselor from CAMHS, especially if: You don’t want ongoing counseling, but want a counselor’s perspective You have a concern about a friend and want advice about what to do You have a specific problem and would like to talk it through with someone You’re unsure about counseling and wonder what it’s like to talk to a counselor For more information please visit: huhs.harvard.edu/lets-talk NO PAPERWORK, NO FEES, AND NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. Any questions contact
Urban Environmental Justice Conference
Whiteness: Knowing it, Owning it, and Using it to become change agents
Governing and Mental Health Policy: Addiction, Poverty, Guns and Prisons
Workshop on Inclusive teaching with Dr. Taharee Jackson
Please join us for a workshop on teaching with Dr. Taharee Jackson 10:00-11:30: Workshop on inclusive teaching in Kresge 502 11:30-12:30: Office Hours with Dr. Jackson in Kresge 502 1:00-1:50: Keynote talk with Dr. Jackson in Kresge G-2 Lunch will be provided. Any questions contact
Uwe Brinkmann Memorial Travel Fellowship
Applications are now being accepted for the annual Uwe Brinkmann Memorial Travel Fellowship, which is awarded each year to an outstanding doctoral student conducting field research in international health epidemiology.
The Fellowship will provide an award of $2,500 to support travel to a field research site, and will be awarded to a doctoral student whose work exemplifies the interests and values of Professor Brinkmann in seeking to bring together international health epidemiology, and infectious diseases. Applicants must provide proof of having successfully passed (or scheduled) their Oral Qualifying Examination or Preliminary Qualifying Examination.