To me, public health is the art of change-making to create equitable opportunities of health flourishing for all.
Khawla Nasser AlDeen, MPH student, TIPH Global Ambassador
ASPPH provides an opportunity for faculty to come together, absorb ideas, and challenge the answers to questions that we have come up with.
Shan D. Mohammed, Professor, Northeastern
ASPPH provides a wealth of public health resources and analytics to its institutional members, affiliates and the public. The information is always innovative, timely, and relevant to the public health field. Moreover, the leadership team and staff are always willing to assist with recruitment efforts, data dashboard questions, and problem solving. It’s an honor to be an institutional member of such a cutting-edge, well run organization.
Sharonda Wallace, Dean, Chamberlain University’s Public Health Program
Through ASPPH interactions we can come up with global guidelines on how public health should be taught.
Chang-Chuan Chan, Professor, Taiwan
ASPPH is a community of educational institutions where it is incredibly helpful for us to talk together about what we are doing and also how we can think about changing the dialogue of public Health.”
Ellen J. MacKenzie, Dean, Johns Hopkins
There are many different organizations that I could belong to, but here is only ONE organization that I have found consistently valuable to me. That is ASPPH. It strikes the right balance between thoughtful philosophy and practical application.
Randy Wykoff, Dean ETSU
Considering the current context, I believe that climate change, food insecurity and emerging and re-emerging infections are a priority for public health.
Ana Francisca Soares de Castro Mendes, PhD student, TIPH Global Ambassador