Guns and the Health of the Public
In advance of Gun Violence Awareness Day, a reflection on one of the key public health challenges of our time.
2018 Convocation: ‘We Have the Power to Do More Together’
At 2018 SPH Convocation, Karen DeSalvo urged graduates to lead in building a more equitable world.
Driving Innovation in Population Health Lifelong Learning
Why did we launch Population Health Exchange? Because successful public health professionals need skills and knowledge developed and honed not just once, but over a lifetime.
Religious Refusal Laws Harm Sexual Minority Mental Health
State laws permitting denial of services to same-sex couples increase mental distress among sexual minority adults.
In Conversation With
‘Shine a Spotlight’
Student Arianne Henry on her Pulitzer fellowship to report on Ethiopian survivors of trafficking, global mental health and human rights, and ethics of storytelling.
Scenes from 2018 Convocation
On Saturday, May 19, hundreds of friends and family gathered to honor this year’s SPH graduates.