The posts featured on this Michigan Public Health Frontlines blog are from students, staff, and faculty while they are out in the field, practicing public health on the frontlines. Read on for stories from global health field experiences and the Public Health Action Support Team (PHAST).

Photo of Art Work in Clarksdale showing the Mississippi Delta

SPOTLIGHT

My Takeaways After One Week in the Mississippi Delta

Huda Bashir

Huda Bashir (Epidemiology and Public Policy candidate) participated in the Public Health 615: Public Health in Action trip. This is their reflection on their experience. Read more

Mississippi Bus

Learning About the Mississippi Delta

Huda Bashir

Huda Bashir, a MPP/MPH candidate, talks about the role structural determinants of health play in Mississippi, and more about what she will be working on during the Public Health in Action trip. Read more

Welcome to Mississippi sign

The Southern Peach Takes the Magnolia State

Jadrienne Horton

Jadrienne Horton, a MPH/MSW Candidate, talks about her upbringing in Georgia and what she looks forward to during the Public Health in Action trip to Mississippi. Read more

Mississippi Delta

Pre-Trip Reflection: Painting a Picture of the Mississippi Delta

Kandyce Keller

Kandyce Keller, 2nd Year MPH Candidate, reflects on the knowledge gained about Mississippi during her coursework. She's excited to collaborate with community partners and employ her new public health related skills during the Public Health in Action trip to Mississippi. Read more