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Save the Date: September 29, 2012!

Please mark your calendars for our annual SPHHS Homecoming Celebration! This year, the event will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2012. Reconnect with faculty and old friends, and meet new faculty and staff and make some new friends. We hope to see you there!

If you would like to be part of the Planning Committee, please email Patrick Freeman.

Also, the SPHHS has set the date for its 4th annual Internship and Workforce Development Fair for Friday, October 5, 2012. Please email Risa Silverman to learn more about the event or to participate.

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The best School of Public Health and Health Sciences is now part of the best social networking tool on the web! We have a new Facebook page that keeps you up to date with current news, health updates, SPHHS events, old and new friends, and more!

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Tell us your news!

Would you like to have your profile appear in an upcoming alumni newsletter? Do you have news you want to share with your fellow alumni? Whether you're telling us about advancements in your research or in your workplace, informing us about upcoming events, gatherings and fundraisers, or just sharing good news about new family members, we would love to hear from you! We will use stories for our website, newsletters, and other SPHHS publications.

To share your story, please email Patrick Freeman.

Career Opportunities

Did you know that the SPHHS has its own Career Opportunities page? If you're a student looking for an internship or a professional looking for new opportunities in Public Health and the Health Sciences, visit our "Careers and Job Opportunities" page now!

Are you an employer looking for promising candidates within Public Health and the Health Sciences? Tell us about your job openings. Please email Risa Silverman with details and we'll place your job post on our Career Opportunities page — free of charge.

Give to the SPHHS

We are grateful to the many alumni, parents, and friends who play such a crucial role in supporting our School. We are committed to our mission to optimize the public's health and quality of life through education, research, outreach and practice, and we need your support in helping our students, faculty and the SPHHS achieve these goals. Contributions to the School of Public Health and Health Sciences enable us to enhance the quality of educational experiences for our students and foster new research and outreach programs on and off campus. If you would like to give to the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, please click here, or call our Development Office at 866-450-UMASS.