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Students harness AI for public health with new course

Students at the University of Michigan School of Public Health are embracing the use of generative artificial intelligence (genAI) as they train for careers in public health. The course ChatGPT and Public Health prepares students for the real-world application of genAI by emphasizing practical, hands-on learning.

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Michigan Public Health launches new Master of Public Health Core Curriculum

New curriculum to prepare students to meet the needs of the public health workforce by providing hands-on, experiential learning

The University of Michigan School of Public Health launched its new core curriculum Aug. 28 to begin the 2023 Fall semester, with new coursework for nearly 200 first-year Master of Public Health students.