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Congratulations to the newest graduate of the UM PhD in Public Health program, Dr. Helen Russette. Helen successfully defended her dissertation yesterday. Helen will begin a postdoc in the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health next month. Well done on your remarkable...
Faculty and Staff from the SPCHS helped welcome new Grizzlies onto campus during the annual Move-In Day. What a beautiful day to celebrate new beginnings at UM! From left to right: Hannah Pasternack, Anna Kiley, Desirae Ware, Niki Graham, Patrick Dye, Ana Ward, Tony Ward, David Jones.
High school students from nine states traveled to the University of Montana campus this July for the inaugural Summer Exploration event, a program designed to give students an early introduction to college life.
Students earned one college credit and participated in one of two courses offered...
Researchers from the UM Center for Population Health Research are disseminating their findings on rural immunization disparities on a national stage. CPHR Epidemiology Specialist Rain Freeman (pictured above) and CPHR Investigator and School of Public & Community Health Sciences Assistant...