The Anniversary Issue

  • From the Dean: 75 and Counting

    From the Dean: 75 and Counting

    Most public health professionals have their nose to the grindstone--collecting and analyzing data, identifying new issues and creating new approaches to those issues.

  • 75 Years of Public Health Achievement

    75 Years of Public Health Achievement

    In 1923, the automotive industry discovered that by adding lead to gasoline, cars could run more smoothly and economically.

  • The History Gene

    The History Gene

    Anniversaries can fuel patriotic sanctimony, fill newspaper columns, and generate grandiose statements that bear little relation to reality. hey can also remind us who we are.

  • 75 Things You May Not Know about SPH

    75 Things You May Not Know about SPH

    Dean's Assistant Sylvia Koski has served every SPH dean since Richard Remington took office in 1974 as the school's third dean (after Henry Vaughan and Myron Wegman).

  • Inspired

    Inspired

    For some SPH faculty and graduates, history is alive, well, and very much a factor in what they do today.

  • Then/Now

    Then/Now

    As director of the program in hospital administration at U-M from 1970 to 1982, and later chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy from 1987 to 1991, John Griffith taught countless SPH students how to run a hospital.

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