May 14, 2021

 

Announcements


Traveling and need prescriptions?

While traveling, you have prescription coverage throughout the U.S. and abroad. Learn more about filling prescriptions when traveling.

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For more information contact: mservices@huhs.harvard.edu


Dear Harvard Chan – Share and Connect

Say thank you and send a postcard to someone who supported you on your public health journey – whether from school, work, or in your family. Take a moment and change someone’s day. The Dear Harvard Chan website has been created for the Harvard Chan community by the Office for Student Affairs in conjunction with Harvard College.

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Student Office Hours with Lilu Barbosa

Monday May 10, 5-6 pm, and Friday May 14, 12-1 pm

All Harvard Chan students are invited to open student office hours with Lilu Barbosa, Chief Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Officer. Stop by to introduce yourself, ask questions, or bring ideas! No appointment necessary; just click on the link below to join.

Click here to learn more about: Student Office Hours with Lilu Barbosa
For more information contact: lbarbosa@hsph.harvard.edu


Apply to be a 2021-2022 Chan Pedagogy Fellow

Applications due Friday, May 21, 2021

Interested in developing your public health teaching skills and gaining hands-on experience in course design, TA training, and pedagogy initiatives? The Office of Education is currently accepting applications for 8 Chan Pedagogy Fellows and 2 Lead Chan Pedagogy Fellows to work with academic department leadership to prioritize problem areas and implement solutions while engaging in bimonthly professional development seminars. Learn more about the program and apply at https://tinyurl.com/nnk9fvpu.

Click here to learn more about: Apply to be a 2021-2022 Chan Pedagogy Fellow
For more information contact: bfrain@hsph.harvard.edu


Professional Development Support Fund for Students

Last chance for the academic year.

Graduating students must apply before May 27. Non-graduating students must apply by June 15 at 5pm. The PDSF was established by the Office for Student Services to support individual student professional development. The goal of this fund is to provide modest financial support to students for professional development activities such as attending a conference either as a participant or to present a paper or a poster. Eligibility requirements and application guidelines can be found at: hsph.me/pdsf

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For more information contact: delacerda@hsph.harvard.edu

 

Events


Grad Bible Study and Fellowship

Asian Baptist Student Koinonia at GSAS

Saturday May 15, 2021 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Social and Community-Building

You’re warmly invited to our weekly graduate Bible study this Saturday evening! We will be continuing our study of the Gospel of Mark; join us afterwards for games. Register for the Zoom link here: https://tinyurl.com/gradbiblestudy

Click here to learn more about: Grad Bible Study and Fellowship
For more information contact: gsas-absk@hcs.harvard.edu


Project Handoff: Steps for Long Term Success

Research Data Management Seminar Series

Tuesday May 18, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Academic

This session will present a document to be used in conjunction with the RDM Offboarding Checklist to guide the knowledge transfer process. We will explore how individuals collect, organize, access, store and share project data to facilitate reuse and ongoing project work.

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Countway Workshop – Project Handoff: Steps for Long Term Success

Spring Clean your Data Seminar Series

Tuesday May 18, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Workshop or Skill-Development

Knowledge transfer refers to sharing or disseminating of knowledge and providing inputs to problem solving. We will explore how individuals collect, organize, access, store and share project data in order to facilitate reuse and ongoing project work.

Click here to learn more about: Countway Workshop – Project Handoff: Steps for Long Term Success


HGWISE Community Check-In

Thursday May 20, 2021 | 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Social and Community-Building

Would you like to join a community of graduate students dedicated to creating a more diverse and equitable STEM ecosystem across Harvard && the across the world? Come chat with the leadership of HGWISE to learn more about HGWISE and hear about how you can get more involved!

Click here to learn more about: HGWISE Community Check-In
For more information contact: hgwise@gmail.com


SAVE THE DATE: Networking Hour with Women In Leadership, a Harvard Chan Student Organization

Thursday May 20, 2021 | 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Social and Community-Building

Networking during a pandemic is hard! We gathered a group of Harvard leaders so you don’t have to – just join us on 5/20 for an interactive virtual session. Open to all, come for 10 minutes or stay the whole time. More details to come, RSVP at https://forms.gle/1RrEaZgLkwpskCHF8

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For more information contact: psun@hsph.harvard.edu


Countway Online Workshop – Practical Presentation Skills: The Ice Breaker

Join us and get comfortable with ice breakers, get acquainted with others, and have some fun!

Friday May 21, 2021 | 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Workshop or Skill-Development

This informal group is for students, postdocs, and affiliates of the Longwood Medical community who would like to practice their oral presentation & conversational skills. This workshop focuses specifically on the ice breaker, also known as the cold open.

Click here to learn more about: Countway Online Workshop – Practical Presentation Skills: The Ice Breaker


The Chelsea Project: The Alchemy of Science, Policy and Community

FXB Center Work-in-Progress Series

Tuesday May 25, 2021 | 1:00 PM
Virtual | Event Website
Event Category: Lecture, Seminar, Forum

Join the FXB Center for a panel discussion on The Chelsea Project. The Project adopts a multi-disciplinary approach in building the new public health system in Chelsea, drawing on control theory, social epidemiology, public health literacy, and more.

Click here to learn more about: The Chelsea Project: The Alchemy of Science, Policy and Community
For more information contact: jasmine_young@hsph.harvard.edu