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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. 

The students outperformed many of our peer institutions with a well-considered solution to a complex problem. 

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Professor George Gray will help BEST organize and oversee studies and assess risk from environmental pollution affecting human health and human impacts on the environment.

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WASHINGTON, DC and NEW YORK (April 18, 2017)—A new report estimates that community health centers would face a $48 billion shortfall in total revenues between 2018 and 2022 if Congress moves to repeal some key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and separately fails to More

As the closing event of National Public Health Week (NPHW) earlier this month, public health students Maegan Samuel, Blake Rowley and Kelsey Donnellan hosted a panel on “Anti-Racism and Healt

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Tara Pokras, an MPH student in Global Health, combined her passion for photography and global health as part of the mini-grant event she coordinated during National Public Health Week (NPHW) earlier this month.

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Governmental policies play a significant role in promoting environmental and occupational public health.

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Standout health policy work by Health Policy and Management students, staff, and faculty is recognized.  

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Milken Institute School of Public Health students were among those who participated in this year’s Research Days, the annual two-day celebration of student research at GW.

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A group of current MPH students and DrPH graduates, led by Associate Professor Amita Vyas, traveled to India earlie

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On Tuesday, April 4 the mini-grant presentation, “What It Takes to Run for Office and How to Support Others That Run” gave students an inside look at the new ways campaigns are forming and how to mobilize effectively in

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