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    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 3/1/2021 WASHINGTON, D.C.
    Dear Manny,
    It's been only a couple of months, but I miss you and the Unity crew! I'm so glad that I got to meet and work with you during my time at HSPH. You were always someone that I was able to share a lot of laughs with to brighten up my day a little. Thank you so much for all of your hard work in leading the charge with Unity. I'm glad that you were the person to fall into this role and so appreciate your support and the changes that you've been able to make. Peace and blessings to you! Take care,

    Jasmine

    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 3/1/2021 WASHINGTON, D.C.
    Dear Amy,
    Thank you so much for all of your support with Student Orgs! We are all so lucky to have you. I especially appreciate how you advocated for SAGA to be able to come back this past fall. I know that the virtual environment has been really difficult for student orgs to operate in, but you've really gone above and beyond in making sure that we're all accommodated and taken care of. Stay well,

    Jasmine

    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 3/1/2021 WASHINGTON, D.C.
    Dear Stacy,
    Thank you so much for your kindness and thoughtfulness this past year. I truly appreciated your smile and the joy you always emanated whenever I was in your (virtual) presence. Peace and blessings to you!

    Jasmine

    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 3/1/2021 WASHINGTON, D.C.
    Dear Sheila,
    Thank you so much for your patience with me this past fall semester! I so appreciated our biweekly meetings during my job search, your advice and your willing to just hold space for me regardless of how unprepared I may have been. With much appreciation,

    Jasmine

    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 3/1/2021 WASHINGTON, D.C.
    Dear Dr. Chu,
    I wanted to thank you so much for your mentorship this past year. I super appreciate that I got to take Community-Based Participatory Research with you and your efforts to continue pushing me in my development with the Rose Service Learning Fellowship and later as a TA. You have such a kind and nurturing way with the students at HSPH and we are so grateful to have (and have had) you. Much appreciation and blessings to you,

    Jasmine

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/27/2021 MANY!
    Dear Heather,
    Thank you for your great teaching and relentless support for all of us during this unusual time. We felt fortunate to have joined such a wonderful program, and met many awesome people like you. From every corner of the world, we hope to tell you how much we appreciate you. Looking forward to seeing you at Data Science II! Love, Jie, Yuxin, Nellie, Ben, Rowana, Kim, Mukund, Vincent, Anna, Han

    Jie, Yuxin, Nellie, Ben, Rowana, Kim, Mukund, Vincent, Anna, Han

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/26/2021 HARVARD
    Dear Dr Marc Ruel,
    Thank you for being a role model and for all your support on my journey as a clinician-surgeon, researcher, and better community-oriented person. God bless you and your family.

    Fadi Hage

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/26/2021 HARVARD
    Dear Dr Ray Guo,
    Thank you for all your support on my journey as a clinician-surgeon, researcher, and better community-oriented person. You have showed me what a truly dedicated cardiac surgeon is like and I hope that I can follow your example.

    Fadi Hage

    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 2/26/2021 HARVARD
    Dear Dr M.L. Myers,
    Thank you for all your support on my journey to become an impactful clinician-surgeon and researcher. Most importantly, you are a role model for how to be a balanced and community-oriented person.

    Fadi Hage

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/26/2021 HARVARD
    Dear Dr Michael W.A. Chu,
    Thank you for being a great mentor on my journey as a clinician-surgeon, researcher, and better community-oriented person. I hope to continue to learn from your vast knowledge and expertise.

    Fadi Hage

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/26/2021 HARVARD
    Dear Family,
    My dear parents and siblings, Thank you for always being there for me and for making me always feel special. You are my everything. May God bless you !

    Fadi Hage

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/26/2021 PLANET EARTH
    Dear Ali Hage,
    Dear Ali, Thank you for being being an exemplary leader, public health advocate, caring physician, wonderful human-being, and before all my brother.

    Fadi Hage

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/25/2021 HUNTINGTON BEACH
    Dear Kimberlee,
    Thank you so much for being the instructor for ID 201 and passing on your wealth of knowledge in the realm of biostatistics. I really appreciated the way you taught the course and fleshed out every single concept you taught, whether it be basic descriptive statistics or more advanced concepts like logistic regression. I am super sad you are not teaching all of the stats courses at Harvard, but I truly appreciate the knowledge that you have empwoered the HSPS dpt with!

    Kenny Nguyen

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/25/2021 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
    Dear Elizabeth,
    Thank you so much for being the instructor for ID 201 and teaching me so much about epidemiology! Prior to Harvard, I knew almost nothing about epidemiology (DAGS, Case-control studies etc) and I feel coming out of ID 201, I felt very empowered with the knowledge you gave me. I absolutely loved your enthusiasm for the course and I am so sad there is not an ID 201 part 2. Thank you for all you do Elizabeth!

    Kenny Nguyen

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/25/2021 HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
    Dear Laura,
    Thank you for guiding me through my first year in the MPH program. Prior to Harvard, I didn't really know much about the realm of academic, research methods in the social sciences or the different types of research qs being studied in public health. Thank you so much for teaching SBS 281; it was such a wonderful course and I am so sad it was only a half a semester long!

    Kenny Nguyen

    Photo of Harvard School of Public Health Postmark 2/25/2021 BROOKLINE, MA
    Dear Verna,
    Thank you for inspiring me to be better, dream higher, and do good in this world. I love you!

    Caroline Berchuck

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/25/2021 BOSTON
    Dear Alison,
    Thank you so much for helping me navigate through my residency applications and interview season this year. I never had this kind of support from my previous educational institutions so far and I truly value the incredible support you provide for students at Harvard. You have been a guide, mentor and a friend. Thank you again.

    Amrutha

    two wooden dummy hugging figures Postmark 2/25/2021 SÃO PAULO
    Dear Erica,
    Have fun!

    Erica

    light golden retriever puppy on green grass field during daytime Postmark 2/24/2021 DES MOINES
    Dear Phong loop,
    I love my loopsie. Thanks for supporting me throughout everything!

    Jeremy Sanchez

    Postcard front image Postmark 2/24/2021 BOSTON
    Dear Dena,
    For your records. May you never forget the laughter and joy of MegaPod

    Jen