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After discovering a passion for public health, Angela Tung navigates Drexel and looks ahead to a career helping communities thrive.
Lita Lillibridge's internships reinforce a dedication to strengthening maternal and child health through public health policies and programs.
A BS student hopes to create sustainable and innovative solutions to climate change and other environmental health challenges.
A Dornsife undergrad links heritage and education on his journey to a fulfilling public health career.
Two doctoral students in Dornsife's Environmental and Occupational Health Department discuss their training experiences in FIRST's REP magazine.
Kati Hinman will use the award to conduct research on resilience and resistance to intersectional violence.
Epidemiology doctoral student Luwam Gebrekristos will examine the multilevel drivers of HIV risk among adolescent mothers in sub-Saharan Africa.
A Dornsife public health major was recognized as one of this year's Co-op Education Award winners and featured in a new Drexel video about the value of Co-op.
Alumni honorees in the magazine's latest edition are creating opportunities and lending a hand.
Master's students at Dornsife support a local nonprofit's efforts to alleviate period poverty in communities.
The eighth cohort of Dornsife students will help develop tools for members of the fire and rescue service.
An MPH student's APE leads to published research that investigates whether screening for a specific gene mutation may improve treatment of ameloblastoma.
Students support a local community organization by using an array of skills, some traditional to public health and some beyond, while completing their APE.
A doctoral student's work addresses health disparities in urban settings, particularly surrounding COVID inequities.
Students minoring in Arts in Public Health attend the Creating Healthy Communities 2022 Convening and reflect on their experience.
The third cohort of IDEA Fellows will develop, implement, and evaluate anti-racism initiatives at the school.
Two MPH students share their experiences as a Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Intern and what compels them to this field.
An MPH student's ILE project supports local post-incarceration organizations and social workers to improve linkages to care for released detainees.
This year's FIRE Fellows addressed workplace violence prevention for fire-based emergency medical services (EMS) responders.
Public health student reflects on working with World Vision International in Ghana.
Dornsife Global Development Scholars investigated inequalities in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector and presented their findings.
BA/MPH student reflects on working with World Vision International in Ghana.
Sociology and public health student looks forward to broadening her education abroad.
Drexel's 40 Under 40 honorees combine wisdom with experience, and action with impact.
Drexel's annual co-op awards honored a public health major for integral contributions at a Philly public school.
Peers from the MCH Student Organization joined the Dornsife Center for its monthly community dinner.
A Global Health MPH student aims to ensure that patients in underserved communities receive holistic and preventative care.
An MPH student shares her public health career path and her appreciation of the MPH program's structured real-world experiences.
In recognition of the School’s 25th anniversary, 25 outstanding alumni were highlighted in the Dornsife SPH Magazine Vol. 25.
An MPH student contributes to projects that improve patient safety and healthcare quality at CHOP.
Students in Dornsife's 'Issues in Global Health' class were challenged to create infographics, and their resulting work spans topics that affect much of the world's population.
Students from Dornsife are recognized for their contributions to contact tracing and serving on the COVID-19 task force at the university.
A public health major travels to Glasgow and finds inspiration from young climate activists.
A junior public health major is supporting the Philadelphia Department of Public Health's efforts to study HIV and COVID-19 risk.
Three MPH students share their experiences as a Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Intern and what compels them to this field.
Public health undergrads are ready to take advantage of all the opportunities that Dornsife and Drexel offer.
An MPH student shines a light on the many health disparities that the LGBTQ+ community faces and uses their training to develop and implement solutions.
A recent MPH graduate and MCH researcher is committed to involving communities while ensuring that solutions are achievable and sustainable by community standards.
An MPH/MBA student reflects on his experience combining policy analysis with advocacy work.
The Center for Firefighter Injury Research and Safety Trends at Dornsife announces the sixth annual Fire service Injury Research, Epidemiology, and Evaluation (FIRE) Fellows.
An MPH student receives the 2021 prestigious David Winston Health Policy Scholarship.
No one expected a year like the one we had, but Drexel’s 40 Under 40 featured alumni greeted it with grit and took something valuable from the experience.
An MPH student is selected for a prestigious occupational health internship program over the summer.
Focusing on the intersection between infectious diseases and health disparities and learning to put advanced skills and concepts into practice.
A doctoral student shares her journey in academia and the motivation behind her work.
A post-doctoral fellow at Northwestern University and alumna of the MPH program discusses her passion for public health research.
An MPH student combines his experiences in education and community outreach to support the Urban Health Collaborative and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
A BS/MPH accelerated student reflects on her experience as a research assistant at Dornsife's Center for Firefighter Injury Research & Safety Trends (FIRST).
Dornsife is proud to introduce the first cohort of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism (IDEA) Graduate Fellows who will begin in 2021.
A senior undergraduate student at Dornsife receives recognition for her commitment to academics while being actively involved with on-campus activities at the University.
An MPH alum helps prepare exposure responses and explores how the team can use data analytics tools for contact tracing.
An MPH alum shares experiences working as an infection control practitioner in a large academic medical center.
An MPH student interned at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service and helped support the city’s goal to increase tree canopy coverage by 30 percent in 2025.
A doctoral student receives funding for her research addressing barriers to children receiving mental health care.
A second-year MPH student develops public health media campaigns to engage a community of mothers.
An incoming student wins an award that will help her achieve her research goals in the MS program.
A rising second-year majoring in public health participates in Drexel University's STAR Scholars program.
An MPH student helps to improve resources for Emergency Medical Services workers.
An MPH student reflects on her internship experience at the EPA in the midst of a pandemic.
Celebrating the Class of 2020 during an unprecedented time.
Dornsife hosts a virtual poster session for students to showcase their work.
CHP alum highlighted by Drexel's 40 Under 40 program, which recognizes the most promising, entrepreneurial, creative and inspiring alumni.
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.
Darlice Rocha's healthcare career got a head start through her applied practical experience at Dornsife.
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.
One alumn fought 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.
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.
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