Student News

October 2, 2014

Need to Know: SHARE portal The new SHARE (Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Education) portal, share.harvard.edu, consolidates all of the resources Harvard provides to respond to and support students who have experienced sexual misconduct, including OSAPR, the Title IX office, and HUPD. Harvard Graduate Student Government Meeting Notes from 9/30/2014 1. Welcome and meet new members … Continue reading “October 2, 2014”

October 1, 2014

Academic: Women’s Lives Matter: The impact of a maternal death on families and communities Monday, October 6th, 12:30-1:20pm, FXB G-13 The FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Family Care International (FCI), and the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) present new research findings from five African countries documenting the dramatic economic and social … Continue reading “October 1, 2014”

Student News for September 30, 2014

Need to Know Guidance for Harvard affiliates on travel to regions affected by Ebola If you are considering travel to regions affected by Ebola, please review these guidelines. They can also be found on the Harvard website. Academic Women’s Lives Matter: The impact of a maternal death on families and communities Monday, October 6th, 12:30-1:20pm, FXB … Continue reading “Student News for September 30, 2014”

September 29, 2014

Academic: 2014-15 Brain Health Colloquium October dates: 1st and 29th, 4-5pm Kresge 907 The HSPH Brain Health Colloquium is a monthly lecture series that concentrates on recent developments in psychiatric and neurological epidemiology and biostatistics. Please email Jelena Follweiler to be added to our email list for information about our seminars. We will have 2 … Continue reading “September 29, 2014”

Student News for September 26, 2014

Events and Activities: Weekend Events in Boston September 26-28th 9/26: College Night at the Museum of Science, 5-9pm: More Info 9/27: Fluff Festival in Union Square, 3-7pm: More Info Cruise to Spectacle Island, 9:30-2:30pm: More Info Let’s Talk About Food Festival in Copley Square, 10-5pm: More Info 9/28: Family Day at the Waterworks Museum, 11-3pm … Continue reading “Student News for September 26, 2014”

Student News for September 25, 2014

Apologies for the technical difficulties earlier, here is Student News for September 25th. Need to Know: Student Organization Mandatory Training October 2, 2014 at 12:30-1:20pm, Kresge G-2 or October 7, 2014 at 12:30-1:20pm, Kresge 502 Student Organization Leaders are required to attend one of the training’s mentioned above. This meeting will cover updates to office policies … Continue reading “Student News for September 25, 2014”

Student News for September 24, 2014

Academic: Countway Library Brown Bag at HSPH: Research Tools for Public Health September 25, 12:30-1:20pm, Kresge 213 Do you wonder if you’re missing something by only searching PubMed? Are you conducting research on an interdisciplinary topic that goes beyond the scope of biomedicine? Learn to take advantage of the extensive databases and indexes available to … Continue reading “Student News for September 24, 2014”

Student News for September 23, 2014

FYI: To All SPH Faculty, Staff, and Students: This notice is to inform you that Harvard’s central  I/T group (HUIT) reported to us that from 4:30pm to 11pm on Monday, they experienced major network issues which affected Email, VPN access, and other centrally managed I/T tools. Email delivery was delayed during this time period, but … Continue reading “Student News for September 23, 2014”

Student News for September 22, 2014

FYI Boston Police and Fire have issued an all clear for FXB and Building 2. All may return to those buildings. Classes will resume in those buildings at noon. Events and Activities Dean’s Distinguished Lecture: A Chinese Solution to the Global Program: Progress and Prospect of China’s Healthcare Reform September 24, 4:00pm, Joseph B. Martin … Continue reading “Student News for September 22, 2014”