Department Alumni Groups

 

Keeping in touch with our alumni is important to us. If you are interested in staying connected to your department following graduation, click on the appropriate link below to find out how.

  • Alumni stay connected to the Department of Biostatistics long after graduation. Here, we are dedicated to alumni and student issues and will provide you a forum for interacting directly with the Directors and Officers of the Alumni Association and with other alumni and students.
  • Department of Environmental Sciences & Engineering alumni can proudly say they are graduates of a program that is ranked among the nation’s top 10 programs in environmental engineering and environmental health by the U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools” (2008 edition, ranked in 2007).
  • Alumni of the Department of Epidemiology were trained under the faculty of one of the top research and education programs in the U.S. in the study of cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, reproductive health, environmental and occupational epidemiology, nutrition, health care, and injury.
  • Since the Department of Health Behavior was founded in 1943, over 1800 students have graduated. Our alumni occupy important health behavior and health education positions across the nation and around the world.
  • The Department of Health Policy and Management is one of the largest and most respected departments of its kind nationwide. Alumni practice in a variety of fields including health management, economics, policy analysis, operations research, political science, sociology, finance, accounting, organizational behavior and design, and law.
  • Department of Maternal and Child Health alumni serve the health needs of women, children, and families the world over. We in the department are very proud of the accomplishments of our alumni and the important contributions you make to public health at the local, state, national, and international levels.
  • Department of Nutrition alumni continue their research in public health careers that place them all over the world. However, many continue their involvement with the School of Public Health and the department, often joining the school-wide Alumni Association and the department’s Nutrition Alumni Association.
  • The Public Health Leadership Program is dedicated to educating and preparing current leaders in public health, medical care, and human services settings, with the skills necessary to serve as agents for creating and managing interdisciplinary efforts in community and population health improvements.