Permissive Concealed-Carry Laws Linked to Higher Homicide Rates
Current trends towards more permissive concealed-carry laws are inconsistent with promotion of public safety.
In the Classroom: Translating Passion into Action
In advocacy primer, Activist Lab teaches students in MPH core courses how to build coalitions and influence policymakers.
Alumna Honored by International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
Veronica Vieira received Tony McMichael Mid-Term Career Award at 29th Annual ISEE Scientific Conference in Sydney, Australia, on September 25.
‘We Were Able to Say the Words We Weren’t Allowed to Say’
At Diversity and Inclusion Seminar, All Souls author Michael Patrick MacDonald discussed coming together across neighborhood and race to give voice to pain and to find community.
Professor Receives Department of Justice Award
Award will support Bindu Kalesan’s research on racial and ethnic differences in non-fatal firearm injury.
Smoking on Rise among Pregnant Women with Depression
Rates for pregnant women with depression climbed 2.5 percent from 2002 to 2014, in contrast to decrease among other groups.