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.
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
Profile of MPH student Enyonam Odoom
Students have adapted to the worldwide pandemic that has created a semester at Brown University like no other.
Brown University’s Graduate Student Council and Counseling and Psychological Services are collaborating on new programming to address graduate student mental health needs.
LoVette, a doctoral student in behavioral and social health sciences at the Brown University School of Public Health, studies resilience in young people living in the context of HIV risk.
What does “Learning by Doing” really mean? According to Nicholas Jones (above left), a health services research Ph.D. student, part of practicing as a public health professional means volunteering in the community. “Immersing yourself in the community helps contextualize the work you do, which is oftentimes removed from any personal touches. Working with claims data […]
Shekinah Fashaw, MSPH Doctoral Candidate in Health Services Research Shekinah is interested in home and community based services, health disparities, aging, and quality and access to care. She was a McNair Scholar and also a Brown University Diversity Fellow. You’re interested in racial and ethnic disparities when it comes to accessing home and community-based services […]
Since 1986, the Swearer Center for Public Service at Brown University has connected students, faculty, and local partners through community engagement, engaged scholarship and social innovation. A new Swearer initiative that brings together Brown student-athletes and Providence children to improve access to sport, includes a partnership with the School’s Hassenfeld Child Health and Innovation Institute. […]