The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
is a top-ranked, internationally respected center of learning
and research that prepares students to influence public health
practices and care across the country and around the world.
Pitt Public Health students are motivated to make a difference. Learn how you can affect real change across the community, the nation, and the planet.
Pursue in-depth research projects or assist in translational research that informs public health practice or policy. Whatever you’re passionate about—we have a research and practice center to fit your interests.
Pitt Public Health molds graduates who are ready to lead public health initiatives in response to the needs of communities and populations everywhere. See yourself among these visionaries.
Work and learn side-by-side with brilliant faculty members committed to teaching and mentoring students. Be stimulated by their diverse, cutting-edge research interests and broad involvement in public health practice.
In the 2019 Convocation Address, Dean Burke gave us six Precepts for the Public Health Workplace. Listen to his speech.
Read along with us. This year’s book is Evicted by Matthew Desmond. Students, faculty, and alumni can share in the year-long activities.
Origins of Pitt Public Health’s iconic “Man” sculpture, according to King Friday (video).
It was the formative year at Pitt Public Health that made Bill Sollecito who he is today.
A project to retrofit the doors between Crabtree and Public Health Halls will begin on July 13th and be periodically worked on over the next month.
Join Pittsburgh Black Pride for several events opening Wednesday, July 24 at the August Wilson Center and including karaoke, happy hour, family day with health fair, and a community barbeque. Learn more at pghblackpride.org. Free!!
Nancy W. Glynn, Chair
Jane A. Cauley
Robert M. Boudreau
David Lawrence Hall - room 211
3942 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Fourth River Solutions (4RS) invites you to attend a seminar series on project management with Danielle Minteer, the project manager of clinical trials run by the Department of Plastic Surgery at Pitt. This is a great opportunity to learn about PMP certification, the role of a project manager, and how their strategies get employed in the workplace.
Zhe Sun of the Department of Biostatistics defends her dissertation on “Novel Statistical Methods in Analyzing Single Cell RNA Sequencing Data”.