HDS Prison Education Project (HPEP) partners with Partakers and Boston University's College Behind Bars Program to provide academic mentoring for students pursuing a college degree while incarcerated at MCI Norfolk.
The student club for Harvard Business School students interested in Entrepreneurship through Acquisition
The ETA Club seeks to educate the HBS community about Entrepreneurship through Acquisition, and provide potential searchers with the network and resources needed to succeed.
To actively support a community that empowers and mobilizes women to thrive academically, socially and professionally for long-term success.Events include: Dynamic Women in Business Conference, Speaker Series and Women's Welcome Event
"The South Asian Business Association (SABA) provides a forum for students who want to participate and lead initiatives related to South Asia. Objectives include:
Community unification, Education, Representation of South Asia on campus, and Inclusion"
Our mission is twofold: (1) provide Harvard MBAs with valuable community leadership development through placement as non-voting members on non-profit boards and (2) provide MBA talent to advance critical projects for non-profit organizations.
Academic Ventures brings together scholars from across the University and around the world to foster multidisciplinary collaborations that lead to new ideas, innovative research, and the advancement of knowledge. Our programs range from small, intensive workshops to large public conferences.
"We offer trusted content in the rapidly changing fields of health and science to biomedical leaders, physicians, healthcare personnel, college students and others. This exceptional knowledge advantage is available to everyone through our external education programs. We offer insights that can lead to action.
The Office for External Education includes Global and Continuing Education, the Office of Online Learning (HMX), Executive Education and Harvard Health Publications. We are continually adding new programs for individuals at every stage of their career."
The Harvard Medical School Center for Palliative Care (HMS CPC) aims to ease suffering and enhance the quality of care for patients and their families dealing with life-threatening and/or serious illness, through fostering leadership and supporting outstanding educational programs in palliative care. By educating future generations of physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals, the Center serves as a national and international resource for the best practices in palliative care education and practice.
Working with Program in Medical Education leadership, the OEQI oversees the intersecting and cross-functional areas of student assessment, course and clerkship evaluation, program evaluation, faculty development, and the Academy of medical educators, and is responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring the quality improvement process, linking information gleaned from student, course, and program evaluations and assessment data with quality improvement and faculty development initiatives.