Alumni Mageen Caines (MPH ’16) and Gretchen Musicant (MPH ’85) were selected by The Kresge Foundation for its Emerging Leaders in Public Health Initiative.
SPH alumnus and Emeritus Professor Charles Oberg (MPH ’84) shares his experiences on the island of Lesbos, Greece, providing medical care for refugees seeking asylum in Europe.
Infectious disease epidemiologist and SPH Regents Professor Michael Osterholm answers questions about infectious disease outbreaks and shares tips from his latest book, “Deadliest Enemy” about what we can do to prepare.
Amira Adawe (MPH ’15) uses her public health training to address issues threatening the health of the local Somali community, and to advise state legislators on programs that benefit all Minnesotans.
This past summer, Minnesota MHA alumni played a key role in mentoring and developing future leaders by serving as residency preceptors and clerkship case advisors.
The School of Public Health bridges the connection between students and practitioners through its long-running mentor program.
Linda Knodel, MHA ‘98, received the 2016 Gold Medal Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives her work to advance the issues facing nursing.
Natalie Bomstad, MPH-PHAP ’14, received a Future 15 award by the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce for influencing the growth, prosperity, and quality of life in Brown County, Wisc.
Amira Adawe, MPH-PHAP ‘14, was appointed by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton to provide input and recommendations on regulatory decisions made by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
See the complete list of people receiving this year’s Community Partner Awards in recognition of their contributions to the education, training, and guidance of the next generation of public health leaders at the School of Public Health.
Alumna Dr. Honorata “Kuki” Hansen was recently selected as one of just three veterinarians for the 2015-2016 American Veterinary Medical Association Congressional Fellowship Program.
The Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health inducted 27 members of the SPH community into the University’s Pi Chapter of the organization.