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Prospective Students

Leadership

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

CHIP
CLARION
Phillips Neighborhood Clinic
African Health Network
SPH Student Senate

Professional Organizations such as MPHAACHEAPHA

Student News

Student Group Wins Diggs Excellence Award

The School of Public Health’s Student Ebola Action Committee (SEAC) was honored with the 2015 Tony Diggs Excellence Award for Innovation on April 2. Members of the Student Ebola Action…

Sherry to Study Mosquitos Carrying Lethal Diseases in Puerto Rico

The WHO estimates that each year there are more than 300 million dengue infections worldwide, 96 million of those being lethal dengue hemorrhagic fever, largely affecting children. Chikungunya, a…

2015 Delta Omega SPH Inductees Named

Congratulations to the 27 members of the SPH community chosen by the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health for induction into the University’s Pi Chapter of the organization. 2014 Delta Omega–Pi…

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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