The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down. Heller researchers and alumni have stepped up.

Friends, coworkers and families are separated by shelter-in-place orders. Inequities in income, housing, education, and more are widening each day. Healthcare systems are straining to cope with the surge in new patients.

Members of the Heller community are hard at work, combating the pandemic as entrepreneurs, medical professionals and local and global public health leaders, as well as envisioning and advocating for the critical policy changes needed during this new reality.

COVID-19 and its Social Policy Implications: Heller Perspectives (Event Series)

COVID-19 Lessons from the Korean Peninsula and Beyond (May 8)

Understanding the Economic Repercussions of COVID-19 (May 13)

Health Care and Public Health in the Era of COVID-19 (May 26)

Are you a student looking for information about the academic calendar, Zoom, the Student Emergency Fund, health services, ELP and more? Visit our COVID-19 resources for Heller students page for more information.