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Students at Milken Institute School of Public Health come from all over the United States and from 39 different countries globally. They’re pursuing undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level degrees in public health. The more than 1,700 students on campus today come from all walks of life and possess a rich array of skills and life experiences. One thing they all have in common is a passion for making a difference in the world of public health. 

MPH student Kathleen Corrigan was one of the first responders on the ground in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew struck in October 2016.

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Women who die before age 65 are more likely to be killed by cancer than heart disease, Dr. Elizabeth Pathak found. Her study appears in Women's Health Issues.

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The Schiffer Fellowship honors the legacy of social justice advocate and GW supporter Clara Schiffer.

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“Beyond the classwork and acquiring necessary facts, these professors taught me how to think like a public health professional. “ --- EOH Alumna Taylor Katz 

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Students from Milken Institute SPH, School of Medicine and Health Sciences,and the Graduate School of Education and Human Development were on the winning team.

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Each year, students in the Sustainable Energy and Environment class take a tour that culminates on our LEED Platinum building’s roof. 

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Laura, an MPH in public health nutrition student, says Miriam's Kitchen is "a great place to learn and a great place to serve.”

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Don't miss the opportunity to visit the school for the last on-campus visit day this fall!

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A profile of Katie Ogden – public health professional, scholar, and Milken Institute SPH alumna.

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A new commentary describes the Democratic and Republican parties’ positions on key aspects of the Affordable Care Act, reproductive health, older women’s health, and more.

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