The Dean’s Award for Excellence recognizes staff members who embody both the letter and spirit of excellence within the HLS community. Join us in celebrating our HLS colleagues who are receiving the awards this year! Please register if you are able to attend.
Need a new photo for your website, LinkedIn account or elsewhere? Then mark this down in your calendar! Photographer Martha Stewart will be taking pictures of HLS faculty and staff who would like a professional quality photograph (for Connections, LinkedIn or other purposes), free of charge.
We are excited to announce that starting on Monday, May 14, there will be new and improved changes to PeopleSoft absence requests and approvals. The new pages are easy to use and mobile friendly! We hope this will be a significant improvement for your user experience.
A Ready for Retirement session on 4/30 will provide participants who are thinking about retirement in the next couple years with a comprehensive review of retirement readiness. The session will help those nearing retirement identify and answer the most important questions.
On Class Day, we recognize members of the HLS community who have made outstanding contributions during their time at the school. As part of the selection process, you may nominate multiple students for the various awards. The deadline for submission is Friday April 20 before 5:00 p.m. Awards will be presented to students on Wednesday May 23 during the Class Day Ceremony.
To request an office move, please complete this form. The form contains the information that HLS service providers need to successfully complete your move. Once submitted, Facilities and ITS will work with you to confirm and coordinate your move.
Please join us for the HLS in the Community Blood Drive on Friday, March 30 in Milstein East C. We are partnering with the American Red Cross for this opportunity to give back to the community in a life-changing way. Each donation can save as many as three lives, and every participant will receive snacks and an HLS in the Community t-shirt. Space is limited, so register today!
The HLS Library is hosting tours for the HLS community, and we hope you’ll join to learn more about services and resources for faculty and staff, and to get to know one of the most beautiful spaces on campus. Due to demand, we’re offering more tour opportunities in the spring and early summer.
Current affairs are full of stories of labor law in practice – professional athletes kneeling during the national anthem, or a bicyclist being fired for gesturing at the presidential motorcade. Join us for this informal and lively discussion with HLS experts.
Mindfulness at Work is a series of courses and programs that range from one-hour introductions to in-depth multi-week long courses to topic-focused sessions to managers-only programs. Available to benefits-eligible faculty and staff, these courses and programs are designed to bring the benefits of mindfulness to people in all corners of the university.
The HLS Pro-Bono Globe will highlight your contributions of service, whether it is through a clinic, as part of the HLS in the Community Week of Service, or on your own initiative. Submit your work today!
Harvard Heroes celebrates staff across the University and at every level for their outstanding work, leadership, and excellence in support of Harvard's mission. The nomination period for Harvard Heroes 2020 opens February 18, and you may make your nomination using an easy online form. Nominations will be accepted through March 6.
HLS Joint Council hosts this lunchtime panel on February 13 at 12pm in Hauser 104. Stop by to hear from colleagues who are working flexible schedules, supervisors who have managed flexible schedules, and learn more about the tools and support available to those interested in flexible schedules.
Following on last year’s success, we are continuing the tradition this year - and could once again use your support by providing clues to use during the course and / or participating as “live clues” during the hunt.