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Public Health Practice Student Erica Tramuta-Drobnis Publishes One-Health Article

Online MPH Public Health Practice student and veterinarian Erica Tramuta-Drobnis recently published her article “The One Health Conceptualization of Public Health Practice, Veterinarians in Public Health: Looking Outside the Two-Legged Box” in the Fall 2019 issue of Lehigh County Health and Medicine. Marrying her experience in veterinary…

Johanzynn Gatewood Receives CDC ORISE Health Communication Fellowship

Johanzynn Gatewood, a recent Social and Behavioral Sciences MPH graduate, will be an ORISE Health Communication Fellow in the Travelers’ Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention starting in September 2017. The CDC Travelers’ Health Branch in Atlanta works to keep US travelers safe and…

Public Health Day

The oral and written reports of the special project constitute the culminating experience in the MPH program. These reports are graded by the Supervisory Chair, with input from one additional faculty member who assess the oral report. Your performance in these reports constitutes the letter grade for PHC 6601 Seminar in…

Guidelines and FAQs

Guidelines Semester Guidelines Each semester there are new specific guidelines for the Internships and special projects for that semester.  Please click on the link below for information. Detailed Guidelines for Internship and Special Project, Fall 2019Detailed Guidelines for Internship and…

Forms

Here are some important forms for the Internship and Special Project… Internship Questionnaire This form is to be completed by students early in the semester before their internships and submitted to the Internship Coordinator. It is intended to assist students in…

PHC 6946 Internship Guidelines

MPH Preceptor Handbook_19-20 Internship (PHC 6946) is a key component of the Master of Public Health culminating experience. Refer to pages 76 – 103 of the Student Handbook for the syllabi for PHC 6601 and PHC 6946. Overview All MPH…

Master of Public Health Student Handbook

2019-2020 Student Handbook The student handbook was developed by the faculty and staff at the College of Public Health and Health Professions to aid you in your public health educational endeavors. You may choose to read or download the handbook. If you do not find the answers you are looking for…

Current Students

We are proud of our public health students and their many accomplishments in the MPH program. Our students contribute diverse academic backgrounds and personal experiences that make our program what it is today. The menu below provides important resources and updates to ensure that your academic experience is a success.