Scenes from Think. Teach. Do. Receptions

Posted on: July 18, 2018 Topics: alumni

In 2017, the School of Public Health re-branded its alumni receptions as Think. Teach. Do. receptions to align alumni activities with the school’s core purpose: “Think. Teach. Do. For the health of all.” The school hosted 10 receptions over the course of the 2017–2018 academic year, including ones held in conjunction with the annual APHA meeting in Atlanta and the WHO World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. Each reception featured a faculty member speaking about their research, with topics ranging from “Before the Flood: How Public Health Can Help Solve the Climate Crisis” to “Research at the Intersection of Public Health and Court Systems” to “Childhood Trauma and the Impact on Health.” All receptions were open to family, friends, and colleagues of SPH alumni free of cost.

To learn about upcoming receptions in a city near you, please visit our receptions page. If you do not see your city on the list or are interested in hosting an alumni event in your area, please contact Jacoba van Heugten, assistant dean, development & alumni relations, at or 617-358-3321 to discuss upcoming opportunities to engage with the SPH community outside of Boston.


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