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Dornsife SPH Magazine

Cover of Dornsife SPH 2020 issue featuring Philadelphia's skyline

The 2020 Dornsife SPH Annual Magazine features top stories and highlights from Drexel University's Dornsife School of Public Health.

"What I have seen in our students, in our staff and in our faculty over the course of these last eight months gives me hope. I know that after reading these pages you will agree."  — Dean Ana V. Diez Roux, MD, PhD, MPH

Annual Magazine

To claim a free printed copy of the school's upcoming 2021 annual publication, please fill out this request form. Please note that printed magazines are available on a first-come, first-served basis, as a limited supply is available.

Past Issues of Dornsife SPH Magazine

Spring/Summer 2019
Winter 2018: The Research Issue
Winter 2017
Spring 2017
Fall 2016

Dornsife Viewbooks

Cover of Dornsife Masters Viewbook

Learn more about our urban focus, global impact, and full range of Master of Public Health and Master of Science programs.

Master's viewbook

Dornsife Undergrad Viewbook

Learn more about our undergraduate public health programs and their blend of classroom learning and real-world experiences.

Undergraduate viewbook

Dornsife SPH Newsletter

Research, policy, events and more from the Dornsife School of Public Health.

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Annual Report from the Drexel Urban Health Collaborative

Annual Report 2020-2021 of the Drexel Urban Health Collaborative

November 3, 2021 — The year 2020-2021 was another unprecedented year for cities and for Drexel University's Urban Health Collaborative (UHC) at the Dornsife School of Public Health.

The UHC continued to support ongoing research, training and policy translation to promote health, health equity and environmental sustainability in cities, all while pivoting where needed to stay relevant in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The UHC also came together to reflect and revisit our own practices so that we can be actively anti-racist in all of our work, and this work continues today.

Read the UHC's annual report