The Politics of Public Health
Polarized political landscapes sideline public health policies on issues from sugary drinks to vaccines to reproductive health, so how do we find our way out of that entanglement?
Real-time Experience in the Field
Learning about public health on the ground is invaluable for students, including Dr. Jon Geller, above, who tends to the health of pets and their people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Setting the Stage for a Healthy Life
The School of Public Health teams up with a local school district to integrate social-emotional learning, physical activity, and nutrition education into an out-of-school program.
Can Medicine Become More Sustainable?
A Q&A with surgeon and SPH alumnus Rafael Andrade addresses a big problem in medicine — sustainability — and his efforts to implement solutions.
Philanthropy Can Help Disrupt a 400-year-old Wrong
As part of its work to become an antiracist school, SPH established the Antiracism Innovation Fund to support students from historically excluded and marginalized communities.
SPH congratulates alumni awards winners, including John Kralewski, above, who was honored with the Gaylord W. Anderson Leadership Award, the highest award given to School of Public Health alumni.
Associate Professor Rachel Hardeman is the founding director of the SPH Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity (CARHE) and received the SPH Alumni Emerging Leader Award for her bold work to combat racism.
A Steady and Steadfast Leader: John Finnegan Jr.
SPH honors Dean and Professor Emeritus John Finnegan Jr., who retired in 2022 after 42 years of dedication and service to the school and to public health.