News & Announcements Archive

It’s APHA’s National Public Health Week!

During the first full week of April each year, APHA brings together communities across the United States to observe National Public Health Week as a time to recognize the contributions […]

PHS Senior Diarra Oden Named WBCA All-American

Congratulations to PHS student Diarra Oden, Class of 2022, for being named a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-American! For details, click here.

Survey on New JHU Dining Initiative

Unused meal swipes and dining dollars at JHU are forfeited and non-refundable, but what if there was a way to use those unused meals to help members of the Baltimore […]

Check out the 18th volume of Epidemic Proportions, “UNCHARTED TERRITORIES”

Over the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has put local and global public health infrastructure to the test, revealing countless opportunities for navigating and improving the many facets of […]

Survey Opportunity for Undergraduates

Have you experienced unwanted sexual comments, sexual touching, or sexual assault while you’ve been a student?   A research team from Johns Hopkins would like to interview people about unwanted sexual experiences of undergraduate college students, […]

PHS Student Among Recipients of the Inaugural James Calvin Award for Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Sabrina Epstein, Public Health Studies senior, will be one of the fourteen honorees at a reception on September 28th.

Warrior of the Workplace

Warrior of the Workplace

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.

New Website Aims to Help Survivors at JHU Tell Their Stories

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 […]

PHS major awarded Luce Scholarship

PHS major awarded Luce Scholarship

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 on Zoom

“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 […]