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Public health is critically important. The diverse and growing field of public health provides a comprehensive understanding of exposures and behaviors that confer risk and resilience to disease to ultimately improve health, reduce the burden of disease, and address health disparities.”
Elizabeth Williams and Helen Russette, both PhD students in the School of Public and Community Health Sciences, University of Montana, were awarded Bertha Morton scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year. Elizabeth was nominated by Dr. Annie Sondag and Helen was nominated by Dr. Erin...
Read this article regarding the good work being done by the Missoula Urban Indian Health Center and their Executive Director, D'Shane Barnett, current PhD student in the School of Public and Community Health Sciences.
UM Professor Receives Grant to Collaborate with Arlee School District to Research and Develop Interventions for Culturally Responsive Mental Health Intervention Among American Indian_Alaska Native Youth.
Read this article that includes work being done by our own Niki Graham, Community Research Associate.
As a science teacher, Brett Taylor was always looking for ways to help his students understand and appreciate the scientific process. For 35 years, up until he retired in 2017, the Missoula high school educator focused on hands-on learning in his lab and outside the classroom. He says it isn’t...