Why Study Public Health at BUSPH.
Groundbreaking research advancing public health
Latest Research News:
Inclusive teaching for the next generation of public health leaders
Latest Education News:
- What Constitutes the “Core” of Public Health? - The core curriculum is a rite of passage for students in the on-campus Master of Public Health program at the… Continue Reading
- Professor Edits Special Reproductive Justice Issue of Journal - Nicole Huberfeld, the Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law, Ethics, & Human Rights, co-edited an issue of the Journal… Continue Reading
- 2023 December Graduate Reception - On December 8, the School of Public Health hosted its annual December Graduate Reception to recognize and celebrate the achievements… Continue Reading
Education at BUSPH
Dismantling injustices, locally and globally
Latest Practice News.
- BU-Harvard Research Coordinating Center Hosts Inaugural Climate and Health Conference - Throughout the inaugural BUSPH-HSPH CAFÉ Climate and Health Conference, thought to be one of the largest climate and health conferences… Continue Reading
- Professor Partners with Boston Public Schools to Study Classroom Air Quality - When Patricia Fabian learned that Boston Public Schools (BPS) had received federal Coronavirus relief funding to install indoor air quality… Continue Reading
- Alum Directs First State-Funded Hotline to Prevent Fatal Overdoses - Work as a first responder once provided Stephen Murray, a former firefighter and paramedic—and multiple overdose survivor—with a sense of… Continue Reading
Practice at BUSPH
For The Health Of All.
- We center diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice in fulfilling our mission as an academic public health institution and in all that we do.
- Generation Health reduces financial barriers for students to work with organizations advancing public health in communities local to BUSPH and around the world.
- Students participate in the Activist Lab to engage with public health organizations, advocates, and practitioners to rectify or dismantle systems that create inequities.
- The Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Fellowship consists of a diverse team of SPH students who act as paid consultants to the School, supporting faculty, staff, and students by ensuring the school’s curricula, course materials, trainings, and research activities are inclusive, accessible, identity-affirming, and representative of the broad world in which public health functions.
- Reaffirming Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as Values in Public Health
- Giving Thanks in Trying Times
- Affirming Our Values in a Post-Affirmative Action Era
- Reckoning with the End of Roe
Boston’s School of Public Health.
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- BUSPH is located in Boston’s South End, in the historic Talbot building. From the time it was constructed in the late 19th century, the Talbot Building has housed a succession of health institutions dedicated to improving the health and well-being of populations on a local, national, and global scale.
- BUSPH faculty are leading public health in Boston, including serving on Boards of Health and advisors to nonprofit organizations across the city.
- BUSPH leads the New England Public Health Training Center, providing training to all public health departments across New England.
Our Boston Neighbors
- With 17 schools and colleges and more than 33,000 full- and part-time students, BU is the largest university in Boston and the 3rd largest private, nonprofit research institution in the nation. Learn more about research at SPH and across Boston University.
- BU is home to nationally recognized centers of excellence and education, including the Center for Antiracist Research, the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases, and the Center for Computing and Data Sciences.
Join us at BUSPH.
The best way to know if Boston University School of Public Health is the best fit for your personal, academic and professional goals is to connect with us for an on-campus visit, or an upcoming webinar. We look forward to meeting you.