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Student Resources Collection

From university forms and requirements to program specific information, here’s a roundup of commonly used resources and links for SPH students. Many of the items in this collection appear elsewhere on our website, but this section provides a quick reference for your convenience.

Information for Enrolled Public Health Students

The Office of Admissions and Student Resources (OASR) office serves as the primary contact point for graduate students after their admission and initial registration. They will assist with student academic matters, including monitoring student registration and degree progress, approving graduate degree plan, scheduling of examinations, accepting completed theses and dissertations, awarding of degrees, and maintaining permanent student records.

Students admitted to the MS and PhD degrees must also visit the Graduate School Student Progress website  for additional information relevant to their degrees. This includes: Steps to Completion and also the Degree Plan form which must be filed with the Graduate School prior to receiving other services.

Student News

Family ways: Van Liew inspired by parents’ committment to kids and community

Photo credit: Joe Finnegan Graduate student Juliann Van Liew cares deeply about forging healthy families and was definitely thinking of her own when she decided to enroll in the…

Fall 2014 Course Highlight: Integrated Family Health Care

FSoS 8560 – Integrated Family Health Care meets Tuesdays, 8:30 – 11:15 a.m. This course is designed to introduce graduate learners to the theory, fundamentals and practical applications of…

Aug. 2014 Course Highlight: Focus on Food Systems

About the program The 2014 Focus on Food Systems program explores the interconnections of food, animal feed, fiber and fuel in the economics, culture, policy and health of our…

Fall 2014 Course Highlight: Cellular and Molecular Exercise Physiology

KIN 5720: Special Topics in Kinesiology – Cellular and Molecular Exercise Physiology, is a 3-credit course offered by the School of Kinesiology that meets Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:40–5:55 p.m….

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