The last beams of the new building will be placed in October, some bearing the signatures of faculty, students, and staff.
Dr. Larson is a pioneer in promoting hand hygiene for infection prevention and control.
A nine-foot tall Buddha statue will spend five months in Mitchel Square Park as part of a 100-block art installation.
The tradition of donating stethoscopes to new students is still young at P&S, but it has been embraced by the school’s alumni.
The Mailman School welcomed more than 650 students this week, including the largest Master’s in Public Health class in the school’s history.
Their responsibilities in the provost’s office will be in addition to their faculty roles.