Diversity and Inclusion, Office of
The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Office of Diversity and Inclusion initiates and supports activities that increase diversity and promote cultural competency among all members of the School community. The Office hosts and co-sponsors cross-cultural educational activities and events including speaker seminars, a Multicultural Film Series, and the Yerby Diversity Lecture in Public Health. The Office is a place where students can work and socialize, talk about issues related to difference in a supportive environment, and receive counseling and referrals to academic and other assistance. The Office also directs a comprehensive recruitment program to engage emerging minority scientists at every stage of their career, providing them with resources, networks and professional guidance.
The Office is home to the Student and Faculty Ambassador Programs. Student Ambassadors provide an invaluable link to the student body as representatives of the various student service offices, as well as select academic departments. Through the Faculty Ambassador Program, HSPH faculty members initiate partnerships with key faculty/administrators at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs), and other key institutions, to provide information about careers in public health, HSPH summer internship programs, degree programs and fellowship opportunities.
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