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Prospective Students


The School of Public Health is committed to developing tomorrow’s public health leaders, and we offer students numerous opportunities to develop their leadership skills and competencies.

As your leadership skills develop, you’ll learn how to influence others, practice professionalism, and convey confidence. We administer or promote a variety of leadership-focused opportunities, including:

Professional Development

Career Services
Mentor Program
Field Experience
Grad School Workshops

Community Services and Activities

Phillips Neighborhood Clinic
African Health Network
SPH Student Senate

Professional Organizations such as MPHAACHEAPHA

Student News

Three biostats students win paper competition and travel awards

Three doctoral students in the Division of Biostatistics have won student paper competition or travel awards to attend the Joint Statistical Meetings, the largest gathering of statisticians held in North…

Preparing for case interviews

The Advanced Professional Degree Consulting Club and the Carlson Consulting Club are joining forces to host an event on May 2, 2014, to help prepare MBA and Advanced Professional Degree…

Davis wins Bloedow Scholarship

When School of Public Health student Rebecca Davis talks about elderly people, she shows a lot of admiration for them. “The amount of wisdom they have to offer us…

HPM student Gonzales published in NEJM

HPM-PhD student Gilbert Gonzales has achieved the prestigious feat of being published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Gonzales’ essay “Same-Sex Marriage—A Prescription for Better Health” was published in…

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