For more than 30 years, the Friedman School has set the standard for leadership, sparking a new dialogue about nutrition and health. The school has taken the lead by planting the seeds of a vision for nutrition that has taken root and now bears fruit.
But our work has only just begun. The nutritional landscape is constantly changing—from heightened concerns about childhood obesity and aging-related dietary needs to growing awareness of the effects of biotechnology and sustainable agriculture on our food and environment. Contributing to a greater understanding of these changes and their health implications requires a foundation for true and lasting excellence.
The Friedman School’s top priorities focus on support for financial aid, faculty, research, and areas of greatest need. The Friedman School stands ready to forge new collaborations, expand outreach and support, and attract world-class faculty and students. We invite you to join us in building an even stronger foundation for our future.
Learn more about supporting the Friedman School by contacting Cindy Briggs Tobin, Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations, at 617-636-2940 or firstname.lastname@example.org.