Growth in Master’s scholarships reflects the School of Public Health’s commitment to changing the face of public health and data science.
No obstacle is a match for MPH student Kerri Connolly. As deputy director of the Rhode Island Public Health Institute, she works tirelessly to improve food access for families. As a Brown MPH student, she works to acquire the skills she’ll need to achieve her food-system busting goals.
“The online program allows professional students, who can’t necessarily move to Providence, to join the online MPH from different parts of the world,” said Jennifer Nazareno Ph.D. interim associate dean for academic affairs and innovation, Brown University School of Professional Studies. “It’s wonderful to have healthcare professionals like nurses, physicians, CNAs, dieticians, and community healthcare […]
Unmasked addresses the public health value of greater openness and self-advocacy regarding autism
SPH students served the hardest hit parts of the city.
These practical projects provide invaluable hands-on experience
The Health Equity Scholars program will train leaders in public health who can make a substantial difference in reducing health disparities and addressing systemic racism.
BSHS doctoral students collect original data themselves as a part of their training.
Original work by Brown undergraduates relevant to public health.
This column will address, through a combination of personal perspective and research analysis, the public-health value of greater openness and self-advocacy with respect to autism.