On the Heights - Findings Spring 2017 - U-M School of Public Health

On the Heights

  • Canopy


    Meet Canopy, a web-based application that facilitates "the conversations about the end of life that we aren't having but maybe should be."

  • SPH Service Day

    SPH Service Day

    Beginning a great tradition

  • First Undergrad Cohort

    First Undergrad Cohort

    Meeting the rapidly growing need for public health professionals

  • SPH Collegiate Professorships

    SPH Collegiate Professorships

    Marc Zimmerman and Sharon Kardia have been appointed to collegiate professorships.

  • O’Neill Receives Diversity Award

    O’Neill Receives Diversity Award

    O'Neill's research consistently brings together scholars, practitioners, and community partners to explore common issues and employs community-based participatory research (CBPR) methods.

  • Meet Nichole Burnside

    Meet Nichole Burnside

    Burnside begins her role as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program manager in SPH, where she will head up implementation of SPH's DE&I strategic plan.

  • Boulton Recognized by APTR

    Boulton Recognized by APTR

    Boulton received the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research's (APTR) Special Recognition Award at the organization's annual meeting.

  • Alums Take 1st, 2nd Place in Go Detroit Challenge

    Alums Take 1st, 2nd Place in Go Detroit Challenge

    Two public health-focused start-ups launched at SPH received top prizes in Ford Motor Company's Go Detroit Challenge.