We're on it.
Our mission is to improve public health, promote individual well-being and eliminate health inequities in North Carolina and around the world. Our work is done in basic science laboratories; clinical and public health settings; communities, including worksites; and community-based and other non-governmental organizations. With our special focus on the science of implementation and delivery, our faculty, staff and students are bridging the gap between academic research and practical public health that can make a world of difference — and a different, healthier world.
The Gillings School is home to about 2,260 diverse, creative and dedicated students, practical idealists who want to change the world for the better. They work closely with faculty, peers and practitioners forming bonds that help them grow as students and future public health professionals. The School's curriculum balances classroom education with real-world experience, preparing students to tackle the toughest public health challenges facing North Carolina and the world.
Our faculty members are some of the most talented teachers, researchers and scholars anywhere in the world, and they are leading the way in public health. They are accessible, committed to students and passionate about the work they do. They publish groundbreaking new research and advise governments, companies and NGOs around the world.
Our administrative units provide resources for students, faculty, staff and alumni.
- Academic Affairs
- Instructional Media Services
- Dean's Office
- Inclusive Excellence
- Human Resources
- Instructional and Information Systems (IIS)
- Research, Innovation and Global Solutions
- Strategic Analysis and Business Intelligence (SABI)
- Student Affairs