our graduate programs
The Master of Health Science (MHS) Program provides one-on-one mentorship, coursework, and research opportunities, incorporating transdisciplinary, technical and analytical skills to address environmental and global health challenges.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) Program provides professional development in public, environmental, and human health practice training to address a diverse range of public health issues affecting individuals and communities.
The PhD in Public Health, One Health Concentration provides multidisciplinary research training that focuses on the role of the environment in animal and human disease with an emphasis on infectious disease, nutrition and global health interventions .
The PhD in Public Health, Environmental Health Concentration prepares students for the rigors of scientific investigation in environmental science with a focus on toxicology, epidemiology, and exposure outcomes.
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environmental and global health news
PhD Evironmental and Global Health student, Daniel Acosta, was co-author on a paper published by the OECD (online library of the Organization of…
Dr. Sarah McKune was the co-PI on published research in the BMJ Journals for the CAGED project from her time in Ethiopia titled “Unravelling the…
Check out the video from USA today below capturing the 2022 Willoughby Team…
A message from the chair
"The Department of Environmental and Global Health focuses on innovative solutions to complex human and ecosystem health problems caused by the global intersection of humans, animals, and the environment. We serve as a hub for faculty and students dedicated to excellence in education, research, and service in the environmental health sciences."
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Dr. Benjamin Anderson received his Master of Public Health in 2012, and later his PhD in Public Health, One Health concentration in 2015.
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The department of Environment and Global Health would like to extend our biggest congrats to nine of our students for all of their hard work to graduate this semester. Ashton Creasy-Marrazzo (PhD) Danielle Cucchiara (PhD) Zoe Martusewicz (MPH) Remy Powell (MPH) Jordan Aguila (MPH) Gefthe Jean Phillippe (MPH) Bradley Christman (MPH) Katie Buschang (MHS) Julia Alvarez (MHS)