Facts & Messaging

Use this section to find “ready-to-use” tools and resources that you can use when communicating the value of the School of Public Health with key stakeholders, partners, prospective students, and legislative/policy leaders.

Overview PowerPoint

This visually rich presentation tells the story of the School of Public Health, focusing on our education, research, and outreach through stories and data. The presentation has been crafted for all external audiences. It can be used as-is or it can be customized with the presenter’s individual information (any slides that aren’t germane to the presenter’s topic/audience can be subtracted from the deck).

Access the Overview PowerPoint (Google Slides)

SPH Briefing Book cover

Briefing Booklet

This briefing booklet conveys an overview of the School of Public Health focusing on our education, research, strengths, and initiatives through stories, data, and key messaging. The booklet has been crafted for all SPH audiences.

Download the Briefing Booklet (PDF)

SPH Viewbook Cover

Viewbook

This viewbook includes key messages and data about the School of Public Health for prospective students.

Download the viewbook (PDF)

Legislative Fact Sheet

This fact sheet includes key messages and data about the School of Public Health for policymakers and the Minnesota state legislature. The fact sheet is professionally printed.

Request copies from sphnews@umn.edu

SPH2030: Meeting the Needs of a Changing World

This info sheet includes key messages and data about SPH2030, a strategy that focuses research priorities at the School of Public Health. The document is professionally printed.

Download the information sheet (PDF)

Request copies from sphnews@umn.edu

SPH video screen shot

General SPH Video

Driven: Shaping a Future of Health (1m 55s)
Share this video during presentations, meetings, and on social media.

Access the video on YouTube

Student Recruiting SPH Video

School of Public Health (3m 25s)
Share this video during presentations, meetings, and on social media.

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