SPH Black History Month keynote lecturer gives perspective on the history of river blindness in America and his team’s eradication efforts.
First Cohort of IFL Fellows Showcase Their Projects at Pitch-a-Thon
Brown’s Information Futures Lab fellowship program provides dedicated practitioners with the resources, time, and support to develop and test pilot projects that address information disorders and digital literacy.
Climate & Health Seminar Series Kicks Off Asking: “Will climate change cause the next pandemic?”
The seminar focused on the connection between a warming planet and public health, with a call for a concerted, interdisciplinary effort across universities, hospitals and governments.
Balancing Privacy and Pandemic Prevention: MAPPS Workshop Explores Ethics in Data Collection
In the age of targeted ads, wearable technology, and social media, data gathering is often at odds with the right to protect one’s privacy. But what if this data could predict the next pandemic?
Pandemic-Proofing the Future
The Pandemic Center celebrated its official opening on Wednesday, October 12 at the Brown University School of Public Health.
National Public Health Week 2021
A week of events and activities.
Students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, family, and community members from around the world joined together on April 29 for a virtual Commencement program
Child Health and the Coronavirus
Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute webinar series helps guide parents and caregivers through the pandemic
Practice what we preach: Bringing wellness classes to the School of Public Health
EVERY TUESDAY, a small group can be found sitting quietly in a mindfulness session. On Friday, another group is in full motion, exercising under the watchful eye and instruction of a trainer. And ahead of flu season, lines spiral through the halls as people wait for their free flu shots. These are all part of […]
School of Public Health Celebrates Black History Month
IN HONOR OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH, the School of Public Health’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion hosted events that brought community members together to engage in important discussions around equity, access, and advocacy. On February 25, the documentary film “PUSHOUT: The criminalization of Black Girls in Schools,” which considers the issues of race, education, and […]