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In the news
July 30, 2018
Thanks to the first Henry A. Anderson III Graduate Student Award in Environmental, Occupational and Public Health, Laurel Myers, a UW-Madison DVM/MPH candidate, spent a month this summer with Madagascar Health and Environmental Research vaccinating chickens as part of a project to improve human health.
June 27, 2018
In May, a group representing the Master of Public Health Program and UW-Madison traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland, to attend the annual Planetary Health Alliance Meeting. Read MPH student Kim Kassander's recap
May 18, 2018
Congratulations to our very own Barb Duerst on her recent Dean's Teaching Award, which recognizes her incredible contributions to not only the MPH Program, but the entire School of Medicine and Public Health community. Those familiar with the MPH Program know that Barb has provided leadership and instruction to our program for more than a decade. We couldn't be more proud of this great accomplishment!
The UW-Madison Master of Public Health Program has been accredited by the Council for Education in Public Health (CEPH), since 2009. The MPH program’s most recent accreditation site visit occurred in March 2014. The MPH Program was reaccredited in September 2014.
The final accreditation report and final self-study are available below:
Promoting and embracing diversity is central to the mission of the Master of Public Health (MPH) Program, the School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. For the past several decades, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has made promotion of diversity, equity and inclusion a top priority of institutional life. The MPH Program is committed to a strategy of inclusive excellence by recruiting and sustaining a diverse student body, faculty and staff and providing training that is dedicated to producing public health practitioners who understand the needs of diverse individuals, families and populations.