For 20 months, we had only the rarest of chances to take photos of our community. Now that we’re back together, we’re finding all kinds of ways to capture our public health journeys in safe, respectful ways.
Recent graduates from the University of Michigan School of Public Health share their thoughts about distance learning, the many things they learned as students, and the personal and communal resilience that helped them navigate multiple public health crises while working toward graduate degrees.
Students, faculty, and staff across the School of Public Health are committed to providing excellent teaching and other student experiences and to ensuring Michigan Public Health is an inclusive community for all.
Students led us through the lockdown phase of the pandemic with positive attitudes, exemplary flexibility, and an intense work ethic. They’re leading us now as we return to hybrid forms of teaching, learning, and research.
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.
Whether you have specific interests or career goals or just want to know more about public health systems and practices generally, massive open online courses (MOOCs) provide valuable practical knowledge from Michigan Public Health experts.