At the School of Global Public Health at New York University , we are preparing the next generation of public health pioneers with the critical thinking skills, acumen and entrepreneurial approaches necessary to reinvent the public health paradigm.
Announcing Our 2022 U.S. News and World Report Rankings
NYU GPH is excited and proud to announce that according to U.S. News and World Report, NYU GPH continues to be ranked as one of the nation’s Best Graduate Schools in Public Health. GPH has quickly risen six places in just the past two years and is now ranked higher than 83% of all other schools and programs of public health. Coupled with the recent dramatic rise in applications, GPH is one of the fastest growing schools of public health in the nation.
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Dean's Welcome, Who We Are, Public Health in Action
A Message from Dean Cheryl Healton
It has been said that New York City is “where the future comes to audition.” Unbound by tradition, and much like the innovative and enterprising city in which our home campus resides, our school seeks to reinvent the public health paradigm by applying entrepreneurial approaches to public health crises.
Who We Are
We employ a nontraditional, inter-disciplinary model to improve health worldwide through a unique blend of global public health studies, research and practice. Innovation is at the core of our ambitious approach, thinking and teaching.
Public Health Careers in Action
Our alumni are working in 44 countries around the world with local health departments, not-for-profit and non-governmental organizations, ministries of health, and multilateral agencies like the United Nations.
Configurational Comparative Methods in Implementation Science: A New Mathematical Approach for Cross-Case Analysis
This event is hosted by the Global Center for Implementation Science and the Biostatistics Department.
2021 School of Global Public Health Virtual Graduation Celebration
Each spring, the entire NYU School of Global Public Health community is excited to celebrate the hard work and bright futures of all of our talented graduates.
William C. Stubing Memorial Lecture: Whose Pain Matters? Reflections on Race, Social Justice, and COVID-19’s Revealed Inequalities
Police Brutality and Reform Through a Public Health Lens
Through the COVID-19 Magnifying Glass: An Examination of Racial and SES Disparities in the United States
Can Joe Biden Keep America's Schools Safe from COVID-19?
"Given the country’s interest in assuring the safety of reopening schools on a large scale, we absolutely have to ramp up our testing capacity, and we have to be able to have a robust enough surveillance system to pick up outbreaks rapidly." -David Abramson, Clinical Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Most Americans are doing pods wrong
"You just don’t have any tools to deal with this, this kind of stress, right? So if it’s thrust upon you, then it’s going to be very, very jolting and hard to survive." -Stephanie Cook, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Social and Behavioral Sciences
CDC Urges Stricter Gym Precautions After COVID-19 Outbreaks Linked To Facilities
"It’s high respiration in a closed space. Yes, people brought masks but evidently [a majority] said they wore them rarely, including some attendees with COVID. Some were symptomatic and some knew that they were positive. All of those are very, very high-risk circumstances." -Joshua Epstein, Professor of Epidemiology
Explore Public Health
Public health protects the health of people and the communities where they live, learn, work and play. Learn about many new and familiar areas of study from environmental health to malnutrition, from climate change to mental health.
Listen Now to the I AM GPH Podcast
Community conversations from the New York University School of Global Public Health, from student internships to cutting edge faculty research and from alumni insights to the insider scoop on campus life. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
Mary Holiman (President) and Ciara Freeman (Vice President) are two MPH students who serve as leaders of the Black Women’s Health Collective (BWHC). The mission of BWHC is to support and encourage the leadership of Black women in public health while highlighting the health experiences of black women and girls globally. The club is able to do this with programming throughout the year by connecting Black women students and professionals in Public Health, sharing opportunities, and fostering a meaningful space of community and solidarity on NYU’s Campus. In this episode, Ciara and Mary give me insight into the club’s purpose and mission, as well as some events the organization has been holding this academic year such as their recent “Succeeding while Black” event and how the club has opened doors for them- Mary shares a defining internship experience she had. You can keep up with the organization on Instagram (@nyu_bwhc) and by subscribing to their newsletter (firstname.lastname@example.org). Mary (@queenmvh) and Ciara (@ciarafreeman_) have also made themselves available as a resource or point of contact on Instagram.
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Public Health Comes to 708 Broadway
Built in 1896 in the Northern Renaissance style, 708 Broadway has long been at the center of one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in New York City. Now part of the NoHo Historic District, it has undergone numerous transformations over the decades, the last of which will be the construction of the new home for the NYU School of Global Public Health.
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In the five short years since the NYU Board of Trustees established the School of Global Public Health, we’ve expanded our programs, successfully earned accreditation, and graduated over 1,600 public health professionals. With innovation in public health urgently needed around the world, the creation of our school could not have been more timely. Thanks to each one of you for your contributions to our school; our collective efforts are needed now more than ever.