與James Chau的對話中，米歇爾-威廉姆斯(Michelle Williams)博士分享了她作為哈佛大學陳曾熙公共衛生學院的教授和院長，向學生灌輸的知識。
The pandemic may have reshaped the world, but it has also triggered a surge of interest in public health education. Dr. Michelle Williams is Dean of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, which is seeing record applications from students striving to serve. Born in Jamaica, she moved to America as a child. In this conversation with James Chau, she explores the skills students require to become the global health experts of tomorrow — listening, analyzing, and communicating with communities — and the vision she brings to her role as an advisor to the Tsinghua Vanke School of Public Health.