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 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.
Scenes from 2018 Student Award Ceremony and SCPH Graduation Reception
Family and friends join the SPH community to celebrate class of 2018 student award winners and inaugural Students of Color for Public Health reception.
Why Public Health? Three Stories That Reflect Our Core Mission
As the class of 2018 begins to write their own chapter in the ongoing narrative of our field, three stories show why the work of public health is more important than ever.
Cancer Prevention Groups Don’t Call Alcohol a Disease Risk
Largest American and Canadian cancer prevention organizations fail to state that, even when consumed in low doses, alcohol is risk factor for cancer.