From changes in school start times to interventions limiting sugary drinks, a new center at SPH is examining how policies shape our health on a range of issues.
Winter 2019 Highlights
Learning comes to life in field experiences
Whether it's tracking the health data of people who work with gorillas in Rwanda, cooking meals at a day center for homeless women in Seattle or building a health justice movement in Palestinian refugee camps, students at the School of Public Health are connecting their education to the larger world to create change. Read More
Daniel Malone, eMPH '07, director of the Downtown Emergency Services Center, shares how his studies at SPH impacted his work to address homelessness in Seattle.
Admiration for students inspires Susan Heckbert, a long-time faculty member, to establish a new fellowship.
Jennifer Velloza is rethinking HIV prevention for women around the world, and she is keeping mental health in mind.
The School is undertaking a major redesign of its Master of Public Health curriculum.
Meet seven inspirational undergraduate students who are committed to serving communities in our region and beyond.
Distinguished alumnus Rogelio Riojas, MHA '77, will speak at this year’s SPH graduation celebration June 16 at Alaska Airlines Arena.
Remembering Professor Emeritus Irv Emanuel, an early leader of SPH and its Maternal and Child Health program.
The excellence of our new faculty is the key to our School being an internationally known leader in public health education, research and policy development.