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The Wave Will Turn into a Surge

November 9, 2018

Dr. José Pagán reflects on the midterm elections and how the results can turn the conversation back to issues critical to public health.
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The Office of Doctoral Studies Newsletter

November 7, 2018

The second issue of the Office of Doctoral Studies Newsletter brings to you updates on conferences, student presentations, publications, and awards.
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Voting as a Tool to Improve Public Health

November 2, 2018

 

A Message from Dean Cheryl Healton

 

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Global and Environmental Health Sciences: Internships in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

November 1, 2018

Read more about MPH students Emily Holzman, Jessie Drescher, and Corbin Kappler internship experience with UNICEF’s Cox’s Bazar field office in Bangladesh working with Rohingya refugees.
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Evolution in Nicotine Consumption

October 26, 2018

The race to save lives from premature death is in full effect as noncombustible tobacco products are on the rise. Drs. David Abrams and Raymond Niaura discussion how the buzz around adolescent vaping ...
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UN World Food Day: Do Your Part to End World Hunger

October 19, 2018

Drs. Joyce O'Connor and Niyati Parekh discussion the severity of world hunger and how we can do our part to fight against malnutrition.
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Empowering Indigenous Girls, Strength in Collaboration

October 12, 2018

A perspective piece by MPH student Diana Klatt on the importance of education for Native American girls and the challenges that hinder their access in the US.
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Climate Change: What can we do?

October 12, 2018

Drs. Cheryl Healton and William Rom discuss the initiatives of state governments and public health professionals to combat climate change and concerns of US citizens.
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Cross Continental Experience Blog: Rainforest Adventure

October 11, 2018

Students in NYU’s CCMPH cohort are gearing up to start a two-week intensive environmental health course discussing the detection and control of waterborne pathogens.

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Message from Dean Cheryl Healton: Women's Health in the Balance

October 5, 2018

Women's Health in the Balance

 

Dear Colleagues and Students:

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