2009 Health Care IXP

Forty-four HBS and HSPH students gathered on campus to learn about the intricacies of the health care industry, brush up their medical knowledge, and hear from top medical and health care leaders. I discovered in January that you don’t have to go to Mexico, Israel, or China to get the benefits of an immersion.the Health… Continue reading 2009 Health Care IXP

Events Around Town

art/designFri., Jan. 23 – Docent-led Tour: “Life as Art: Paintings by Gregory Gillespie and Frances Cohen Gillespie.” (HUAM) Fogg Art Museum, 12:15 p.m. Free with the price of admission. Call (617) 495-4402 or (617) 495-4544 for more information. See exhibitions. Sat., Jan. 24 – Gallery Talk: “The Continuous Stroke of a Breath: Calligraphy from the… Continue reading Events Around Town

Events Around Town

art/designWed., April 23-“Mnemonic Devices: Structures of Identity, Strategies of Remembrance in Contemporary Art.” (Radcliffe Fellowship Program) Lisa Saltzman. Cronkhite Graduate Center, 6 Ash St., 4 p.m. A wine and cheese reception will follow.Wed., April 23-“Learning from Performers: Lee Mingwei.” (OfA) Lee Mingwei will present slides. Room G-08, Larsen Hall, GSE, 14 Appian Way, 7:30 p.m.… Continue reading Events Around Town

Bioterrorism Conference Provides Few Answers

Experts on bioterrorism from across the country gathered at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) last week to discuss the threat of bioterrorism, and how individuals, states and nations could respond. While the symposium had been planned for months, Dean Barry R. Bloom of the HSPH noted its timeliness. He discussed how the events… Continue reading Bioterrorism Conference Provides Few Answers