Recognizing excellence in our faculty, staff and students
Deputy coordinator for the White House National Mpox Response delivers National Public Health Week keynote lecture.
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.
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
May 26, 2019 In a ceremony held on Simmons Quad, the School of Public Health celebrated the achievements of 66 undergraduates, 99 Master’s graduates, and 9 doctoral graduates. Of the public health undergraduates presented with diplomas, nearly half, 46 percent, were honors graduates. 2019 also saw the largest ever group of MPH graduates, at 62. […]
Sunday, May 27, 2018 A record number of 27 undergraduate students graduated with honors in the Public Health Concentration—44% of the graduating class overall. 165 Graduates: 84 Master’s, 13 PhDs, 68 Undergraduates “The graduates of the Brown University School of Public Health have gained the skills to improve human health on a large scale – […]
Sayles Hall was filled with 82 public health posters on Thursday, April 13, 2017 – the largest number of posters ever presented during Research Day. The researchers responsible were on hand, answering the questions of judges, colleagues, and friends. After the public viewing, Dean Fox Wetle, presented awards for the best posters. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT POSTERS: […]
The School of Public Health is partnering with the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship to produce a series of events across campus to engage, inspire, and empower the Brown and local community.
When people begin and then continue life with poorer health, less income and wealth, higher degrees of stress, and less access to education and health care, their health itself will suffer, and that in turn can make improving any of their other disadvantages harder. The statistical evidence shows that this complex interplay of difficulties dispropor-tionately […]