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Public Health

Welcome to the Public Health Career Community! Find resources and opportunities to launch your career in Public Health and learn about the many different areas students can pursue in the field. Browse this Community for career advice blogs, available career opportunities, and explore the resources to help you build your career and beyond.

APHA-led program working to build a more diverse health workforce

APHA-led program working to build a more diverse workforce was originally published at publichealthnewswire.org, by .

Public health students and young professionals from underrepresented backgrounds are getting a career boost and helping to diversify the public health workforce at …

By Kayla Hup
Kayla Hup
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Cancer in America

Cancer in America was originally published on Publichealth.org


Although cancer takes many forms, there are four that claim the lives of over a quarter of a million Americans every year: breast, prostate, lung, and colon/rectum. …

By Public Health
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America’s Health Rankings: Pandemic takes major toll on US health

America’s Health Rankings: Pandemic takes major toll on US health was originally published on Publichealthnewswire.org

Health disparities in the U.S. by race and ethnicity have widened during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for drug-related and premature deaths, a report released Dec. …

By Mark Barna
Mark Barna
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Featured Courses

ENVS 277 – The Law and Policy of Chemicals, Contamination, Cleanup and Calamities

HOW do we protect our environment and ourselves from wastes and chemicals? WHY have we chosen this path? WHEN/HOW do…

QAC 201 – Applied Data Analysis

In this project-based course, you will have the opportunity to answer questions that you feel passionately about through independent research…

CSPL 290 / 291 – Community Impact Residency I & II

In this project-based, cohort-style class, students will learn strategies for understanding social and environmental problems, and they will design interventions…

BIOL 318 – Nature and Nurture – The Interplay of Genes and Environment

In this advanced seminar, we consider how genetic and environmental factors interact to shape the development and behavior of organisms,…

ECON 308 – Healthcare Economics

In this course, we examine the United States healthcare system in some detail, with some attention to useful international comparisons.…

MB&B 111 – Introduction to Environmental Toxicology

This course will look at the human health consequences of anthropogenic and natural toxins in the environment. We will examine…

SISP 315 / SOC 315 / CSPL 314 – The Health of Communities

Our focus will be on understanding the role of social factors (e.g., income, work environment, social cohesion, food, transportation systems)…

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