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The School of Public Health advances population health and prevents disease through research, teaching, and outreach.

In the News

Jiani Yu and Sarah Gollust: With cancer screening, better safe than sorry? (The New York Times)

Katy Kozhimannil: More hospital closings in rural America add risk for pregnant women (Reuters)

DeAnn Lazovich: The GOP is totally committed to killing the “Snooki Tax” on tanning (Bustle)

Ezra Golberstein: ACA repeal would leave many Minnesotans without health insurance (MPR News)

Upcoming Events

Wed 30

New Student Orientation

Wednesday, August 30
Sep 12

This Is Public Health Grad Fair- Madison, WI

Tuesday, September 12
5:30 pm
- 7:30 pm
Oct 13

Carl J. Martinson, MD, Lectureship in Preventive Medicine

Friday, October 13
9:30 am
- 11:00 am

Meet the School of Public Health

Connor Jo Lewis:

Finding Her Niche in Biostatistics

MPH student Rebecca Leighton

Rebecca Leighton:

Tackling Food Insecurity Among Students

John Fankhauser

John Fankhauser:

Earning MHA While Working in Liberia

Jake Maxon:

Working on HIV/AIDS Policy at the White House

Amira Adawe:

Using Public Health To Help the Somali Community

Chuck Oberg with Ed Locks, a Dutch EMT/nurse

Charles Oberg:

Helping Refugees in Greece