On October 8-9, 2015 the Undergraduate Public Health Studies Program is scheduled for accreditation review by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). CEPH is accepting written comments from affected parties, including students, alumni, faculty and the practice community, to provide written input into the deliberations of the site visit team. Click for more details.
News & Announcements Archive
Seven Public Health students traveled to St. Louis this April to participate in the annual Public Health Scholar Bowl at Saint Louis University. Their case study presentation took home the top prize!
Kristian Hayes, who teaches the popular Leading Healthcare Organizations course for the Public Health Studies program, has been recognized by the Daily Record as one of the top 20 young professionals making an impact in Maryland! Learn more about her work at Hopkins, and some of the other honorees by clicking here.
Johns Hopkins senior George Bugarinovic was just named the winner of this year's Jostens Trophy for Division III men's basketball. He is the first player in the school's history to win the prestigious honor.
Senior and public health major Brooke-Logann Williams has found her calling with the Baltimore Scholars Program. Click to learn more about her experience.
Johns Hopkins junior and public health studies major Katie Clark is one of only 10 basketball players selected to the 2015 Allstate Women's Basketball Coaches Association Good Works Team. Those chosen are student athletes who have demonstrated a commitment to enriching the lives of others and contributing to the greater good in their communities.
Public health majors pursue all kinds of careers, even before they graduate! William Bellamy '17 spent his winter break working as a reporter for his hometown newspaper. The experience gave him a better understanding not only of the life of a journalist, but of the public health issues affecting his home city.
Johns Hopkins senior and public health studies major George Bugarinovic is getting attention for his skills on the basketball court. George reached the 1,000-point mark for his career in the Blue Jays' win against Muhlenberg on December 6, and was among the athletes spotlighted in the January 19 installment of Sports Illustrated's long-running "Faces in the Crowd" feature. He is only the 15th player in school history to surpass 1,000 points.
Johns Hopkins junior and public health major Emily Hu knows that healthy eating in college isn't always easy. Emily's love of food inspired her to create a three-part Intersession course, Dorm Cooking 101, where she shared with fellow students some of the many tasty creations they can make from their dorm rooms.
Johns Hopkins students just returned from this year's Intersession study abroad trip to Uganda. Check out some of the sights and sounds of their trip in this video!