University publications are created by or for the university and its schools. They are expressly for internal (not public) audiences, or for external (public) audiences in service of the university programs and mission. Examples include: reports, event publications, policy publications, student and alumni related publications, academic program offerings, presses, magazines, bulletins, newsletters, and directories--in print or online.
University publications are not: faculty-created publications, student-created publications, alumni/regional club created publications, or secondary resources about the University.
The Center for the History of Medicine collects university publications from all three schools on the Longwood Medical campus, including the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. If you have questions or would like to donate copies of university publications to the archives, please contact Heather Mumford, Archivist for the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.