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Students at Milken Institute School of Public Health come from all over the United States and from 39 different countries globally. They’re pursuing undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level degrees in public health. The more than 1,700 students on campus today come from all walks of life and possess a rich array of skills and life experiences. One thing they all have in common is a passion for making a difference in the world of public health. 

Professor Melissa Perry has brought international attention to how pesticides can impact human sperm, and she often employs EOH students in her laboratory.  

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The Redstone Center recently received a grant from The Kresge Foundation for its Building Community Resilience (BCR) initiative.

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A profile of Bhakthi Sahgal – public health professional, scholar, and Milken Institute SPH alumna.

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Summer is when most Environmental and Occupational Health MPH students apply their academic knowledge in a real-world professional setting to complete their practicum requirement. More

Army Lieutenant Colonel Victor Suarez’ research identifies ways and means to improve the health and well-being of our troops, reduce costs and increase military readiness.

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Two MPH students accompanied Professor David Michaels as part of a delegation discussing proposed changes to a standard.

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On Thursday May 18, 2017, Milken Institute School of Public Health (SPH) recognized nearly 750 graduates with a celebration held in the Charles E. Smith Center on the campus of the George Washington University. More

Two Health Policy MPH students and a MPH@GW student received $10,000 David A. Winston Health Policy Scholarships.  

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Professor Ami Zota discusses why higher exposure to some environmental chemicals may increase black women’s risk of uterine fibroids.

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It's that time of year to celebrate our graduating students and all their accomplishments! 

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