Support Your Mental Well-being: Connect with Community & Plant a Succulent
The SPHHS Center for Student Success invites you to plant and take a succulent in Arnold 131 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. (while supplies last).
Dean’s Message – March 2023
Thank you, Laura Vandenberg, David Catrambone, the 6 student teams, coaches, judges, and donors, for making our Health Innovators Challenge a huge success.
ACSM Names Alumna Louise Valentine '17MPH 2023 Certified Professional of the Year
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has named Public Health Practice alumna Louise Valentine '17MPH as its Certified Professional of the Year.
Communication Disorders Graduate Students Offer Inspiration at High School Career Day
Last fall, graduate students in the Department of Communication Disorders participated in Holyoke High School’s "You Can Be Anything You Want to Be" Career Day.
Dean’s Message – February 2023
This month was filled with exciting news. We heard from UMass system President Marty Meehan who our next chancellor will be: Dr. Javier Reyes.
In Memoriam: Nicola Mare Usher
Nicola Mare Usher, a former academic advisor in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences from 2016-2019, passed away on January 14, 2023.
Dean’s Message – January 2023
Welcome to 2023! With the start of the new year, I am both saddened and happy to announce several key changes in the school.
ASPPH COVID-19 Storytelling Project: How the SPHHS and Academic Public Health Made an Impact
The ASPPH launched the ASPPH COVID-19 Storytelling Project: How Schools and Programs Made an Impact During the Pandemic to detail the work of its members.
Alumna Anim Aweh ’11 to Offer Mental Health Services through the Metaverse
Alumna Anim Aweh '11 recently announced that Aweh Support, which offers a range of mental health and wellness services, will be available through the metaverse.
Dean’s Message – November 2022
In the spirit of November, I have been reflecting on the things for which I am grateful.
Communication Disorders Collaboration Earns "Healthcare Heroes" Award
Collaboration recognized for its innovative approach to rehabilitative care while helping train future health care professionals.