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When to level up: moving from an online course to an online degree

Lisa Garber

Have you gotten used to learning online? Are Michigan Public Health MOOCs your go-to to learn new skills? Then it might be time to consider pursuing a Master of Public Health degree online. Get advice on how to know when you're ready to level up from an online course to a full degree program.

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Recognizing Michigan Public Health's Distance Learning Community

Celebrating National Distance Learning Week 2022

The University of Michigan School of Public Health proudly celebrates National Distance Learning Week from November 7 - 11, 2022. During National Distance Learning Week we recognize the students, faculty, and staff who are pursuing public health in our flexible learning degrees and programs.

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Take a moment for yourself: Tips for mental wellbeing

Cindi Thronson

Mental health is incredibly important for students, and college students have a tendency of prioritizing everything else above their mental health. Cindi Thronson, a master’s student in Health Behavior and Health Education and a Wellness Coach with the University of Michigan’s Wolverine Wellness, shares some tips for improving your mental wellbeing.

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Is It Safe to Eat Plant-Based While Pregnant?

Elizabeth Baldwin

Maintaining vegan and vegetarian diets has gotten easier as the plant-based food options have become more widely accessible. While plant-based diets can be considered healthy in many ways, vegan and vegetarian expectant mothers may need to be more vigilant in understanding what they're consuming to ensure they're getting the proper nutrition during pregnancy.

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Expanding Access to Understanding Health Management and Policy through Online Learning

Michael Rubyan

The expansion of higher education into the online environment has the potential to increase access for students and open doors for innovations in teaching. A seasoned expert in developing online courses in public health, Michael Rubyan shares some of the techniques and tools he has leveraged to make learning public health in the virtual classroom a unique and engaging experience.

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Recognizing Michigan Public Health's Online Learning Community

The University of Michigan School of Public Health proudly celebrates National Distance Learning Week from November 8 - 13, 2021. During National Distance Learning Week we recognize the students, faculty, and staff who make up our online public health community.