$100,000 minimum to establish a Public Health experiential learning opportunity
50 Public Health related courses
$2.5 million to endow a professorship in Public Health
Faculty specializing in fields such as arts and medicine, infectious diseases, biostatistics, research methods, medical anthropology and will help address existing curricular gaps. Faculty are needed to teach courses in public health, research methods and capstone experiences.
An experiential learning component is a cornerstone of the public health minor.
Funding is needed in the following areas:
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