Minors on Campus Policy

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Minors on Campus:

Each year more than 50,000 minors interact with Harvard University through camps, academic enrichment experiences, and myriad other programs.  

The Policy for the Safety & Protection of Minors establishes:

Please Note: The term “Minor” refers to any person under the age of 18 except (a) minors who are enrolled at Harvard College or Harvard University’s Graduate and Professional Schools as full-time students, (b) minors while receiving medical or dental care from Harvard University Health Services or the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and (c) minors who are subjects in a research study, which are covered by the policies and procedures of the relevant Institutional Review Board (“IRB”). While these guidelines are not limited to Harvard Programs, and are intended to provide guidance to anyone that interacts with a Minor in his or her Harvard-affiliated capacity, the term “Program” as used in the guidelines includes any organized event or activity that includes participants.

Please contact José Martinez, Senior HR Compliance Manager with any questions (jose_martinez@hms.harvard.edu).

 

 

Transit Gallery

 

Before They Were Heroes:  Sus Ito's WWII Images.  An exhibit of Susumu "Sus" Ito's photographs taken while on duty during World War II, Before They Were Heroes offers a rare and breathtaking look at the daily lives of the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion of the celebrated all-Japanese American 442nd Regimental Combat Team.  These photographs will be on display in the Transit Gallery May 3 - June 26, 2017
 

Please join us for an opening event on Thursday, May 18th from 4:30p-5:30p in the Waterhouse Room in Gordon Hall, with Dr. Elio Raviola, Bullard Professor of Neurobiology, Emeritus, Harvard Medical School; Dr. James T. McIlwain, Professor Emeritus of Neuroscience, Brown University; Dr. Paul Y. Watanabe, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Institute for Asian American Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston; Margie Yamamoto, co-president of the New England Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League. 

 

A reception will follow in the Transit Gallery.

 

Transit Gallery events are sponsored by the HMS Office of Human Resources.  Contact Tania Rodriguez with any questions (tania_rodriguez@hms.harvard.edu).

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