Join us to learn about our Programs, Admission Process and for a SPH-B overview.
Thursday, February 2 at 12 PM CST Stefan Uddenberg, PhD, will present on his research, which demonstrates how basic mechanisms of perception and memory are specialized in deep and unexpected ways for the processing of social information (such as race, gender, or perceived trustworthiness). The research uses a variety of methods, but most recently innovations
Become a Cornell Public Health professional! Promote health and wellbeing, advance health equity and sustainability and LEAD CHANGE! Learn about our MPH program, concentrations, curriculum, applied practice opportunities, funding opportunities and more! Make sure to ask about our new Transforming Food Systems Fellowship! Talk to our admissions counselor about admission requirements & process. We look
Population migration has long shaped the history of the world and remains today one of the central demographic shifts sculpting the world around us. This conversation will feature several contributing authors from Migration and Health, an edited anthology offering a framework for understanding and reckoning with human migration’s implications for public health and its determinants.
At UAlbany, you'll complete an extensive practice-based internship, and you’ll be a part of our efforts to build healthier communities by engaging in hands-on courses, cutting-edge research, and practice-based experience enhanced by our unique partnership with the New York State Department of Health. Join us to learn about our MPH program, concentrations, curriculum, funding opportunities
The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy (CUNY SPH) is committed to excellence in teaching, research, and service. We work collaboratively toward creating a healthier New York City and healthier populations across the globe, living on a healthier planet. We are leaders in promoting equitable and evidence-based solutions to build healthy cities
Tune in to chat with staff from our admissions, advising, financial aid, and bursar offices. Vision To improve health and social justice in New York City and across the globe. Mission To promote and sustain healthier populations in New York City and around the world through excellence in education, research, and service in public health
The Rutgers School of Public Health's Information Session will be an opportunity to hear an overview of our degree programs, admission requirements, and participate in a Q&A session. Admissions Representatives will also be available to answer questions in the chat room during the presentation. Event will be hosted on Zoom. Details to follow registration.
The mission of the U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe Center is to advance innovation for the public good. Three staff from Volpe will share an overview of the Volpe Center, explain how they apply their public health backgrounds to project work, and provide examples of projects taking place at Volpe that cover the public health disciplines.
Join us for a meet and greet with your future Assistant/Associate Directors of Academic Programs (ADAP)! Your ADAP will work alongside you to ensure you are plugged into all aspects of our community. From social organizations, financial and mental health resources, to course planning and thesis or APE (applied practicum experience) work - we've got