A new fellowship from an interdisciplinary group of schools, colleges and programs at the University of Michigan will assist an incoming group of master’s degree students who plan to study food systems. Students who are part of the Transformative Food Systems (TFS) Fellowship will study methods for constructing transformative food systems that are equitable, health-promoting and ecologically resilient.
New research from Astrid Zamora
Taking a walk in the park or just going outdoors could help youth feel better, and promoting public health policies that actively support time spent outside could help promote overall well-being among teens and young adults, according to a new University of Michigan survey.
Adding the hurdle of vaccine education prior to obtaining a nonmedical exemption may improve vaccination rates in the short term, but policymakers may want to consider more holistic strategies to change parental behaviors in the long term, according to a new University of Michigan study.
University of Michigan School of Public Health and Spelman College to Offer Accelerated Master's Degree
A new partnership between the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Spelman College in Atlanta will offer an accelerated pathway to earn a master’s degree in three public health disciplines.
New Research from Gregory Bushman and Roshanak Mehdipanah
During the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, having to make rent or mortgage payments was significantly associated with health and mental distress, according to new research from the University of Michigan School of Public Health.
To increase equity and access to public health education, the University of Michigan School of Public Health is permanently eliminating GRE standardized test scores from the application requirements for all Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) programs.