In Conversation With
‘City Government Is What Impacts Our Lives’
Alumna Jessica Taubner on cooperative governing, sustainable activism, and how to be patient with incremental progress.
Tuberculosis Vaccine Passes Milestone
Two new studies of DAR-901, investigational vaccine against tuberculosis (TB), have moved it to forefront of new vaccines.
Establishing Gulf War Illness Human Stem Cell Biorepository
[VIDEO] First time human-induced neurons will be used to identify alterations in axonal transport, microtubule functioning, and neuroinflammation that may contribute to symptoms of GWI.
2017 SPH Convocation: ‘There Is Only Us’
At 2017 SPH Convocation, Liz Walker urged graduates to employ grace in their work to heal communities.
Why Do We Do What We Do? Three Stories About the Role of Public Health
Three stories—of a blues singer, a nurse, and a nun—reflecting why we do what we do.
Scenes from 2017 Convocation
On Saturday, May 20, hundreds of friends and family gathered to honor this year’s SPH graduates.