The world needs public health more than ever. And public health needs you. 

Interested in furthering your education with a graduate degree in public health?

Want a fulfilling career that will truly make a difference in the world?

Register today for the University of Michigan School of Public Health’s Prospective Graduate Student Discovery Series. 

  • What will you get in a Discovery Series webinar? Interact with personnel from one of our seven admitting graduate degree departments/programs (full schedule below)
  • Learn about programs and the admissions process in one our academic departments
  • Discover robust opportunities to enrich your education in and out of the classroom
  • Meet our diverse community of current students, faculty, and staff

Through live interactive webinars, you can join from anywhere. Each webinar is hosted by one of our admitting degree departments and programs. You are encouraged to attend several sessions to find the right discipline within Michigan Public Health for you. Arrive curious, leave inspired! 

The recordings from these sessions will be made available soon.

Featured Department Date and Time (sessions will last between 60-90 minutes) Featured Degree Programs
Environmental Health Sciences Watch the webinar here
Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 5:30 pm ET
Health Behavior and Health Education Watch the webinar here
Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 6:00 pm ET
Nutritional Sciences Watch the webinar here
Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 7:00 pm ET
Biostatistics Watch the webinar here
Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7:00 pm ET
Epidemiology Watch the webinar here
Monday, Oct. 18 at 6:30 pm ET
Health Management and Policy Watch the webinar here
Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 6:00 pm ET
Population and Health Sciences (fully online) Watch the webinar here
Thursday, Oct. 28 at 7:00 pm ET

Register now

Discover More

Join us for several upcoming enrichment sessions to discover the depth of a Michigan Public Health Education. Registration for these sessions is separate from the department sessions.

Topic Date and Time (sessions are 60 minutes) Link to register
From the Classroom to the Field: The World of Public Health Practice Thursday, October 28 from 2:00-3:00 pm ET Register
Distinguish Yourself (Certificates / Dual Degrees) Monday, November 1 from 1:00-2:00 pm ET Register
Pursuing your Career Path: Worlds of Opportunities  Tuesday, November 2 from 4:00-5:00 pm ET Register
Invest in You! (Financial Aid) Wednesday, November 3 from 3:00-4:00 pm ET Register

Questions? Contact our Office for Student Engagement and Practice at 

We Are Michigan Public Health 

Get to know the students, faculty, staff and alumni building a better future with public health.

Brianna Siracuse

Brianna Siracuse

Master’s Student in Environmental Health Sciences, Sunway Trust Scholar, Susan Crawford Scholar, Reproductive and Women's Health Intern

Reading environmental literature was a call to action for master’s student Brianna Siracue, whose background is in chemistry and toxicology. As a public health student at Michigan, she is bringing together environmental health sciences with policy work to improve health and safety for all.
Anthony Dang

Anthony Dang

Master’s Student in Nutritional Sciences, Gelman Global Scholar and Sunway Trust Scholar

Socially engaged design might go by other names. But by any name, it is central to how we structure many of the public health interventions and programs that help people get and stay healthy. Master’s student Anthony Dang sees tremendous potential for role socially engaged design to help unlock new solutions to public health problems
Heather Auto

Heather Auto

Population and Health Sciences MPH '21; Outreach and Care Coordinator, Sun River Health

When Heather Auto chose to complete her MPH online, she expected a solitary digital journey to graduation. What she found instead was a flourishing online community and peer connections that have endured beyond graduation. 
Enrique Neblett

Enrique W. Neblett Jr., PhD

Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education and Associate Director of the Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center

As a trained psychologist working in public health, Enrique Neblett understands the interdisciplinary power of public health. Neblett’s research focuses on the mental health of Black young people, in particular how racism-related stress affects health outcomes
Cachet R. Colvard

Cachet R. Colvard

MHSA ’17, Health Management and Policy

Helping people live healthier lives led alum Cachet Colvard to Michigan Public Health, to Ghana, and now to the United Arab Emirates, where she develops patient-centered health care innovations. She spends a lot of her free time helping other young professionals navigate the complexities of health care leadership.
Katherine Hoffman

Katherine Hoffman, MS ’18

 MS ’18; Research Biostatistician, Weill Cornell Medicine

Katherine Hoffman was drawn to medicine and health care from a young age. When she realized that biostatistics would let her engage any other field in the health sciences, she decided to pursue it in graduate school and now loves to share the many ways a career in biostatistics can unfold.

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