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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.”
Opportunities, Research and Training
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.
Dr. Sophia Newcomer, Assistant Professor with the School of Public and Community Health Sciences, was recently interviewed by the Montana Public Radio for her insight into vaccination rates during this pandemic. You can hear Dr. Newcomer's interview here:
The School of Public and Community Health Sciences (SPCHS) at the University of Montana held their 2020 Commencement Celebration virtually on Saturday, May 9, 2020. This celebration acknowleges the SPCHS graduates from Fall 2019, Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 semesters which totaled 32 graduates...