"..."In these and other leadership roles, he has emerged over the course of his distinguished career as one of the most thoughtful, insightful, and eloquent exponents of the power of public health to change lives for the better," University President Drew G. Faust said in a letter to the school community.
While the School of Public Health is often considered one of the best in the country—its masters of public health degree is the most selective program run by any school at Harvard—Frenk will face a few significant challenges as dean.
For example, the school has outgrown its rented office space in the Longwood Medical Area, and so one of Frenk's biggest tasks will be to plan and preside over a move to new facilities in Allston."
The Harvard Crimson :: News :: Former Mexican Health Minister To Lead Harvard School of Public Health
Posted by Harry Mattison on 7/29/2008 03:36:00 PM