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We regularly offer events and activities for alumni to engage with each other and the School.

A Variety of Programming

Learn, support, and build connections with fellow alumni, the campus community, and public health professionals around the world. Check back regularly for updates and let us know how you'd like to get involved.

Spotlight Series

Preventing Violence Against Female Community Health Workers

Join us for a discussion on the findings in a recently published article including how a lack of formal worker protections have led to female community health workers facing violence and sexual harassment in the workplace and why these acts of violence are often silenced.

September 20, 10:00–10:45 a.m. EDT

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Spotlight Series

Inequities in Healthcare, Focus on Black Maternal and Reproductive Health

Join Dr. Jamila Perritt and Dr. Rachel Bervell as they discuss the Black Maternal Health Crisis, the impact policies can have on both the crisis both positively and negatively, and what viewers in all fields can do to stay informed and engaged in the conversation.

September 27, 12:00–1:00 p.m. EDT

A graphic for a Spotlight Series event, with the words "Spotlight Series, Inequities in Healthcare, Focus on Black Maternal and Reproductive Health, Featuring Jamila Perritt, MD, MPH '10 and Rachel Bervell, MD, MPH '23" on a blue background with spotlights, and the BSPH logo.

Current Areas of Interest

We're actively planning fall 2023 Spotlight Series events and we hope to feature alumni working in the following subject areas:

Adolescent mental health
Access to reproductive healthcare

Climate change and global environmental health

If you're working in one of these spaces and want to talk about a Spotlight feature, send us an email
Not working in one of those spaces but still interested in featuring your work at a Spotlight event?

Let us know! 

Featured Recording

A Voice for Change: The Power of Public Health

On June 10th and 11th, 2022, we welcomed BSPH classes of 2020 and 2021 back to campus to celebrate their accomplishments, look to the future as a member of the BSPH global alumni community, and attend programming around pressing public health challenges.

Featuring remarks by Representative Lauren Underwood, D-IL, (MPH/MSN ’09), Dean Ellen MacKenzie (PhD '79, ScM '75), Brandon J. Johnson (MHS '12), Adam Milam (PhD '12, MHS '09), Mónica Guerrero Vázquez (MPH '18), and Sonia Sarkar (DrPH '20, MPH '13, KSAS BA '09).

Hopkins at Home

From mini-courses to weekly lectures, you can access some of the best of what Hopkins has to offer, from labs, libraries, and lecture halls to your laptop. Check back regularly for growing catalog of programming.

JHU Events

Check out the JHU events calendar to get involved with University-wide affinity and regional programming. There's something for everyone!

Past Event Recordings

African Public Health Network

African Public Health Network, for those working in or with countries in Africa.

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Climate and Environment

How climate and environment impact our health.

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Emerging Science and Technology

New technology that impacts public health conversations and deliverables.

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Global Health

Content concerning populations in a global context.

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Health Equity

Research and conversations on removing barriers to health and resources.

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Latinx Public Health Network

Latinx Public Health Network, for those working in or with countries in Latin America.

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Mental Health

Research and conversations on mental health of populations.

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Policy and Advocacy

Research and conversations on work promoting public health.

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