Public Health Spotlight On:
"Brain, Brawn & Body"
Zilber School of Public Health hosts launching of "Brain, Brawn & Body" website that focuses on health and wellness in African American men. Read the article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel here.
"Attacking HIV/AIDS with Economic Change"
School of Public Health faculty member Lance Weinhardt's SAGE4Health project was featured on UWM News. Click here to read the article.
Dean Magda G. Peck featured on "Women 2 Women 4 Healthy Babies" video.
Dean Magda G. Peck talks about the dangers of not giving the body time to heal between pregnancies. See the video here.
MPTV's International Focus features School of Public Health faculty led research in Malawi.
Dr. Lance Weinhardt, Dr. Loren Galvao, and Dr. Lucy Mkandawire-Valhmu's research on the economics of HIV/AIDS in Malawi was featured on MPTV. See the video here.
School of Public Health Professor Amy Kalkbrenner's Research Included on "Top 10 Advances" list.
Dr. Amy Kalkbrenner had her research on autism cited in an article on advances in the field. Read the article here.
Smithsonian article features Zilber School of Public Health in "Brewery Neighborhood" piece.
Smithsonian magazine published an article featuring the Pabst Brewery development and renovation project. Check out the article here.
Mary Mazul wins 2012 "Eliminating Racism" and "Empowering Women" awards!
Congratulations to Mary Mazul, registered nurse and midwife at the Wheaton Franciscan - St. Joseph Women's Outpatient Center, and current PhD student in the Community and Behavioral Health Promotion track.
Magda Peck: a ‘bold, audacious goal’ for a new school
Dean Peck discusses building a new school [more]