Career Compass: Charting Traditional and Non-Traditional Public Health Paths
Join NYU GPH for thought-provoking discussions by distinguished leaders in public health representing a variety of backgrounds and diverse experiences and knowledge within the field of public health.
HealthTech Horizons: Innovations for a Healthier World
From AI to big data to telemedicine, we explore the game-changing innovations that are shaping the future of healthcare.
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Join NYU GPH for thought-provoking discussions by distinguished leaders in public health representing a variety of backgrounds and diverse experiences and knowledge within the field of public health. This is also a great opportunity for general student professional development and will provide the opportunity to ask questions regarding educational pursuits, post-graduation plans, and even work-life balance.
Felicity Belle Duran, Project Manager at CVS Health
A 2019 graduate of NYU GPH, Felicity Belle Duran earned her Master of Public Health with a concentration in Global Health; she was also active in the project labs of the Applied Global Public Health Initiative. During the pandemic emergency, Felicity worked as a Program Coordinator for NYC Health + Hospitals' Test & Treat Corps, where she had a hand in Covid-19 education and the distribution of vaccines. She currently works as a Project Manager in Immunizations at CVS Health.
Elena Cromeyer, DrPH student and Lecturer at Rutgers University
After concentrating in Community Health and graduating with her MPH in 2009, Elena Cromeyer’s broad experience in public health has ranged from childhood obesity prevention to tobacco prevention, from maternal health to intimate partner violence direct services, and from health policy and COVID to other infectious and zoonotic disease response. Elena understands that these and other public health issues are interconnected, affecting not only humans, but also animals and the natural environment. In other words, they are One Health issues.
708 Broadway, New York, NY
Join NYU GPH for a panel event featuring seasoned professionals who are bridging the gap between technology and public health. From AI to big data to telemedicine, we explore the game-changing innovations that are shaping the future of healthcare and learn how these two worlds intersect to revolutionize disease prevention and create healthier societies globally.
Dr. Bill Weeks, Director of Microsoft AI for Health Research
Dr. Rumi Chunara, Director of the NYU Center for Health Data Science
Vincent Lopez, Founder and CEO of Parker Health
Erin Schumaker, Future of Health Reporter, POLITICO
Frequently Asked Questions
During NYU Alumni and Families Weekend, thousands of attendees gather to attend events all over the Washington Square campus. This weekend will allow you to connect and engage with the full NYU community–alumni, families, students, faculty, and staff in person! This year, over 60 events will take place in New York City across four days from October 26-29, 2023. You can attend as many sessions as you like.
Families of first year undergraduate NYC-based students; Alumni of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs; Current Students; Faculty; Staff; Supporters; and Friends are all invited to attend.
Parent & Family registration is offered complimentary. Early bird Alumni registration begins at $15 with minimal additional fees for some of the events. Please see the fees page to view events with charges before you start your registration. The Class of 1973, and the Perstare Society (members of the class of 1972 and previous) will also be complimentary. We hope you will consider making a gift during registration toward supporting our current and future students –through Scholarship support or Emergency Relief Fund support – all donations collected will go directly back to helping NYU students.
Celebrate a rich history of public health at New York University
Since the first health course was offered in 1931, over 2,600 alumni have launched their public health careers in over 42 countries, improving lives around the globe.