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Call receives U’s Community-Engaged Scholar Award

Researcher Kathleen Thiede Call champions the power of research collaboration to understand health care barriers and improve the lives of Minnesotans.

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Legal Aid: State Cannabis Program to Help Thousands of Chronically Ill

On July 1, Minnesota opens its doors to a state-monitored program legalizing the sale of medicinal cannabis. Proponents of the program say the medication will safely and reliably offer…

Study Finds 250 Rural Hospitals Could Lose Critical Access Status

A new study from the School of Public Health (SPH) finds more than 250 hospitals nationally could lose critical access status because of a minimum distance requirement, which requires the…

Call Receives President’s Community-Engaged Scholar Award

On April 3, the University of Minnesota celebrated the idea of research as relationships when it gave health policy researcher Kathleen Thiede Call the President’s Community-Engaged Scholar Award. Click…

U Honors SPH Students’ Interdisciplinary Work

The University of Minnesota awarded three School of Public Health doctoral students with its Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship for the 2015-16 school year. The award honors doctoral students doing interdisciplinary research and…

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May 4, 2015: SPH Celebration of Giving and 2015 Alumni Awards

May 18, 2015: Commencement

May 26-June 12, 2015: Public Health Institute

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Focusing on statistical methods used in biomedical research and beyond.

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Epidemiology & Community Health

Exploring how human behavior affects individual and population health.

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Health Policy & Management

Influencing the policies and systems surrounding healthcare services.

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Environmental Health Sciences

Tackling a range of environmental and occupational health issues.

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