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Awards & Honors
Dornsife hosts a virtual poster session for students to showcase their work.
Alum is highlighted by Drexel's 40 Under 40 program which recognizes the most promising, entrepreneurial, creative and inspiring alumni.
A new cohort of Dornsife students has been selected to work with real-world data in the fire service.
An MPH student uses his analytical and storytelling abilities to support a nonprofit serving veterans.
Claudia Zumaeta Castillo shares why she chose Dornsife and why she felt a connection with her faculty mentor.
An MPH alum works to create a healthier future for his country.
Anna Bostwick's co-op at Drexel's Autism Institute has shown her how science and public health can work together.
An alum launches a healthy granola bar business to help individuals facing hunger.
An alum based in the Greater Washington, D.C. area works to improve environmental and occupational health.
Rachel Seitz discovered how data informs policy through her work at the Center for Public Health Readiness and Communication.
An EMPH alum analyzes injury rates among CrossFit program participants.
An MD/MPH student shares how the dual degree program built confidence his ability to design and initiate research projects.
A first-year MPH student, and veteran student advisor, shares her ideas on how to succeed and really enjoy Drexel.
A DSPH MPH student uses her occupational health training to improve health and working conditions for hotel workers.
New alumnus fights for her values alongside a 2020 presidential candidate.
MPH alumni launch a nonprofit serving the LGBTQ community.
An MPH student aims to improve Philadelphia's built environment.
From freshmen year to graduation day, a BS student recounts the highlights of his time at Dornsife.
Griffin Wong, an accelerated BS/MPH student with a minor in bioinformatics, is accepted into the Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program.
Students assessed the impacts of a new public space: Cherry Street Pier.
An MPH student receives the prestigious David Winston Health Policy Scholarship.
Students from various degree levels at Dornsife were chosen to present their research among peers from nine different schools in the Philadelphia region.
An MD/MPH student discovers that the program and her Integrated Learning Experience expand her professional horizons and opportunities in unexpected ways.
An MPH student spends her summer in Lesotho combating a drought induced health crisis.
A Dornsife alum is honored for her ability to leverage technology to improve public health.
A doctoral student discovers the possible benefits and policy lessons of health care reform when it comes to children's health.
Discovering the benefits of carefully curated degree programs that allow students to specialize.
An MPH student helps create an innovative learning tool for maternal and child health students.
An undergraduate gets a head start on her career managing a groundbreaking study to advance public health in Jamaica.
This freshman is on the fast track—fencing, volunteering, and focusing on the future.
An alum combines the law and an expert knowledge of health policy to succeed in mergers and acquisitions.
A doctoral candidate wins an award for exploring how school nurses might help prevent HPV.
An alum builds a career improving care for the underserved.
Students kick-off the year discovering Philadelphia’s public health challenges and opportunities.
An MPH candidate gains career experience addressing two of the nation’s toughest health challenges.
New students get to work fighting hunger in Philadelphia.
A Dornsife junior discovers that there’s lots more going on at NASA than the space program.
An alum and winner of the prestigious David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowship will explore policy with national leaders.
An MPH student supports the Dornsife team, while advancing research on children’s health.
A student works on her MPH, while learning to aid in a natural disaster and fight for her culture.