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Public Health Studies Newsletter is Out!

The Public Health Studies Program sent the Fall semester newsletter in December! Missed it? Please view our Fall 2022 edition  and let us know if there’s anything you think we should […]

Cara McNamara Presents Mind-Body Practices Course at ASPPH Conference

In September, PHS Academic Advisor Cara McNamara presented at this year’s Undergraduate Conference for Education in Public Health, a national meeting held by the Association of Schools and Programs of […]

New Intersession Course: Future Fashion Innovation

JHU undergrads are invited to register for EN.580.158, a 2023 Intersession course that covers an under-explored area of public-health. It’s called Future Fashion Innovation and will discuss how new biomanufacturing […]

Pretests for JHU Communication Around Sexual Violence Resources

The JH Center for Communication Programs and JHU Provost’s Sexual Violence Advisory Committee are looking for student insights on sexual violence resource materials. These materials were inspired by preliminary student […]

Check Out These Public Health Intersession Courses

You can still take Public Health courses during Intersession this winter! See below for this year’s Intersession courses:

Register for the JHU American Mock World Health Organization Conference

The JHU American Mock World Health Organization emulates the workings of the WHO where members act as delegates from different countries working to come to a resolution on various issues. […]

Join the Public Health Studies Student Network

Thinking about next semester’s classes or Applied Experience? Want to advertise an event? Interested in connecting with classmates? Join the Public Health Studies network on GroupMe.

Advocacy for Access

Advocacy for Access

Junior Zandy Wong learned to advocate for accessibility in her own education, and she’s using that knowledge to advocate in organizations across the country. She was recently honored for her efforts as a recipient of the Heumann-Armstrong Award.

Truman Scholarship: For juniors committed to public service leadership

The Truman Scholarship recognizes exceptional readiness for a career in government or public service. Truman Scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate studies, participate in leadership development programs, and have […]