How the School adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic
Published by the University of Washington School of Public Health.
CELEBRATING OUR IMPACT AND CHANGEMAKERS
The UW School of Public Health’s anniversary issue celebrates the School’s 50 years of impact. This issue looks back at the School’s history and recognizes 50 alumni as changemakers of public health. Amid a pandemic and unprecedented movement for social and racial justice, this issue also examines how the School is taking bold steps for a better future through its Campaign for Students and journey towards becoming an anti-racist school of public health.
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Supporting communities and health departments during the COVID-19 pandemic
Livable City Year matches UW, SPH student energy and expertise with local government projects
Connecting culture and community through food stories
New health sciences building to feature active learning and cross-disciplinary education
Online MPH Program helps professionals tackle rural health inequities
50 Years of Preparing for Trying Times
New Hans Rosling Center for Population Health to spur collaboration
New labs for a new era in public health
Omenn and Darling bestow gift to transform environmental research laboratories at the school
A legacy for health and equality for all
Remala Family Foundation endows fellowship to increase diversity of MPH students