University of Washington School of Public Health
Highlights from SPH Connect Spring/Summer 2016
President Ana Mari Cauce invites the UW community and its partners to develop a long-range vision for improving health and well-being across the planet.
Across the country, students, staff and faculty are engaging in impassioned debate over race. At SPH, we’ve taken several steps toward creating a more inclusive and diverse climate.
Armed with a new degree in health informatics and health information management (HIHIM), Mahlet Takele hopes to help transform health systems.
Meet the new Walter A. Remak Scholar, Omenn Award Winners, Grayston-Day Fellows and SPH Endowed Fellows.
The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students in all areas of study who are making a difference on campus and in their communities. In the inaugural year of the award, seven students from the School of Public Health were honored. Read More
Dr. Omenn and his wife, Martha Darling, have established two endowments to reflect their commitment to securing the finest faculty members for the School of Public Health. The Gilbert S. Omenn Endowed Chair in Biostatistics will support a senior faculty member in that department, and the Robert W. Day Endowed Professorship will support a junior faculty member from any SPH department.
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