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).
Fighting for Justice and Health Equity
What does it take to build a world in which every person can achieve his or her best health? A panel of public health practitioners lead a discussion on their work fighting for justice and health equity.
Featuring Adam Milam, PhD '12, MHS '09; Keana Kaleikini, MSPH '20; Darrell Gaskin, PhD '95; and Tanjala Purnell, PhD '12.
Leading through a Pandemic
Shifting data, changing guidelines, building trust. Alumni leaders share lessons learned from leading through a pandemic that are shaping the future of public health.
Featuring Loyce Pace, MPH '05; Lisa Maragakis, MD '98, MPH '07; Jennifer Nuzzo, DrPH '14; and Luana Araujo, MPH '20.
The Mental Health Legacy of Today's Public Health Challenges
Going beyond isolation and anxiety, how can the world address the lasting mental health implications of recent public health challenges?
Featuring Adam Milam, PhD '12, MHS '09; Brandon J. Johnson, MHS '12; Mónica Guerrero Vázquez, MPH '18; and Judy Bass, PhD '05, BSPH Faculty.