The certificate introduces students to the American Indian health care and services system and teaches them to work respectfully and effectively with federally recognized Tribes and American Indian communities.
The 2020 IFSL cohort is comprised of working professionals from across the food system – including government, academic and industry – and represent a diverse set of roles, such as research, safety, marketing and sales, quality control, education and others.
Professor Melissa Laska says college food insecurity has been linked with adverse health and academic outcomes for students, including difficulty concentrating in class, lower grade point average, and higher deferment rates.
The minor was created to address the unique health needs of the nearly four million culturally diverse American Indians living in the United States.
Starting with New Student Orientation 2018, the School of Public Health hosted its first Welcome to SPH Series of events for incoming students, current students, staff, and faculty.
After her husband’s experience with fragmented health care, MHA student Audrey Workman turned her focus on finding potential solutions.
The new minor will allow graduate students to learn and apply public health strategies to address a broad array of sexual health challenges and to build community sexual health.
School of Public Health students create PSAs with the Minnesota Department of Health to promote breastfeeding.
Epidemiology PhD student Bridget Griffith has received the 2017-2018 Fogarty Fellowship in Global Health to spend a year in Uganda conducting research aimed at reducing maternal mortality.
Creating a healthier population means tackling hard-to-solve, complex issues. At Minnesota, students are at the center of some of the world’s most pressing problems through their involvement in case competitions.