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Texas and Mississippi Universities Respond to Lifted Mask Mandates

This week, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves, both Republicans, announced the lifting of statewide facial mask mandates, forcing the higher...

LGBTQ Pride Month: Honoring LGBTQ and Ally Activists Who Led the...

As health and government officials across the world work to manage the COVID-19 crisis, some liken the increased impact of the pandemic on the...

Diverse Group of Women Academics Launch ‘Dear Pandemic’ Facebook Page

Nine women PhDs are leveraging their expertise as public health researchers and educators by operating a Facebook page known as Dear Pandemic to provide...

Schools Address Need for Increased Focus on LGBTQ Community in Public...

America’s LGBTQ population faces a multitude of increased health risks compared with their heterosexual and cis-gendered peers. Experts point to systemic inequality and discrimination...

Schools of Public Health Tackle Health Crises to Improve the Lives...

While schools of public health around the country continuously engage in research regarding the effects of societal issues on marginalized populations, many of them...

Summer Programs Offer Underrepresented Students Graduate-Level Research Experience

Unlike many healthcare fields, public health tends to attract individuals from a variety of ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds. A recent report from the...