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School of Public and Community Health Sciences Alumni, Bonnie Bishop, shares what brought her to the University of Montana campus and the learning opportunities she participated in while pursuing her MPH.
As the University of Montana readies for a safe return to campus this fall, students are volunteering for a new program, Griz Health, which will give them an opportunity to be part of the campus response to COVID-19.
Public health graduate students Mattea Grant and Joshua Brown win competitive fellowships to support their important and innovative research. Each introduce themselves and describe their projects below.
Mattea Grant, hailing from Aaniih, Nakoda and Salish communities, grew up in Snyél̓mn in the...
Dr. Annie Belcourt, Associate Professor with the School of Public and Community Health Sciences, shares her thoughts and insights into the affects of the recent pandemic response with the Native American population in this impactful article.