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“After This Class, a Fire Sparked in My Heart”
Hellen Muma, an undergraduate student on the Pre-Physician Assistant track, shares the story of her public health journey so far.
In the spotlight
“Many of the students who collaborate with me on research have an interest in the opioid epidemic because they personally have been affected in some way. Their compassion leads them to want to develop better policies to help people with addiction.”
Improving quality of life and achieving health equity are not just slogans — they lie at the heart of what we do.
Why UMass? SPHHS graduate students tell us
Students from across all SPHHS departments tell us why they love UMass, why they chose to attend, and what their education has given them.
In the news
Public Health Sciences Majors Gabriel, Iranmanesh, and Sheedy Named 21st Century Leaders
Public Health Sciences majors Audrey Gabriel, Darya Iranmanesh, and Clare Sheedy will be honored as 21st Century Leaders during Commencement 2023.
Melton Receives Prestigious Johns Hopkins Speech-Language Pathology Fellowship
SLP graduate student Jacqueline Melton has been selected as the 2023-24 Outpatient Speech-Language Pathology Fellow by Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Gubrium Named ADVANCE Faculty Peer Mentor Award Winner
Professor of Health Promotion and Policy Aline Gubrium has been named one of the nine winners of the 2023 UMass ADVANCE Faculty Peer Mentor Award.
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