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Exploring Public Health Industries - Government

Thursday, January 12, 2017

5:00 PM-6:30 PM

Thinking about a career in government but want to learn more? Interested in finding a government job but don't know how to get started?

Join Dornsife School of Public Health for an insider's opinion on what it is like to work in government. This event includes short presentations from James Buehler, MD, current Dornsife faculty and former Health Commissioner for the City of Philadelphia, and Jerry Fagliano, MD, PhD, current faculty and former Manager, Environmental and Occupational Health Surveillance Program for New Jersey Department of Health.

Attendees will hear from recent graduates MPH graduates who currently work for city or federal government. Alumni will share stories on how they found their current jobs, the application/interview process, and how their degree prepared them for government work.
Introductory Remarks By:
James Buehler, MD
Jerry Fagliano, MPH, PhD

>Shoshana Akins, MPH'15, Public Participation Planner at Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Lauren Finn, MPH'13, Surveillance Coordinator at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Kathryn McNamara, MPH'16, Health Scientist at OSHA - U.S. Department of Labor
Joshua Prasad, MPH'13, Public Health Advisor at U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

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Nesbitt Hall
Room 132


  • Everyone