The Epidemic Proportions Undergraduate Public Health Journal is designed to highlight student research, fieldwork, community involvement, and interest in public health through a selection of diverse articles, all of which […]
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The TSS Program provides awards of up to $1,000 to undergraduate and graduate students to help defray the cost of attending the nation’s largest gathering of traffic safety professionals March […]
After her own brushes with warehouse accidents, public health studies senior Rubi Ramirez has set her sights on workplace safety and discovered a new calling along the way.
WGMC, SARU and ARSH have developed a gender-based violence survivor support and sexual health education website called JHU SPARK. The site enables survivors to share their experiences in an anonymous […]
Nihaal Rahman, an aspiring academic pediatrician with a double major in public health studies and environmental science, plans to use his scholarship to develop sustainable solutions to malnutrition among children in Southeast Asia. The highly competitive Luce Scholarship is a 12-month program awarded annually to 15-18 seniors and recent graduates.
“Chat with a Counselor” is an online drop-in service mental health service that offers informal, confidential, and one-on-one visits for students to meet with a Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center […]
“What in the Health?” is a student-led podcast founded by Eric Lynch, Rina Helt, and Fateha Zannath, three undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University. The goal of this initiative is […]
Four Public Health Studies majors talked about why they love their major for the fall 2020 Arts & Sciences Magazine.
The Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center is excited to share Season 1 of its new podcast, Included: The Disability Equity Podcast. The first season looks at disability and voting. […]
Public health majors in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences have volunteered for this vital role at their local health departments over the past several months. The undertaking, students […]