Leontine Alkema and Laura Vandenberg are among the UMass Amherst researchers who have been recognized as among the world's most highly cited researchers in 2023
Public health alumnus Peter J. Gorton '77 has published his second novel, Eggshells of Eagles.
Throughout LGBTQIA+ History Month this October, the SPHHS is highlighting students, faculty, and alumni who are members and allies of the community.
SPHHS researchers comment in multiple media outlets on health-related topics.
The SPHHS held its Senior Recognition Ceremony on May 27, recognizing the approximately 600 graduating seniors in the undergraduate Class of 2023.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences honored a group of over 50 undergraduate and graduate students during its annual Awards Celebration on May 6.
Four graduating seniors — Gabrielle Dieu, Hellen Muma, Clare Sheedy, and Maíra Lima Silva — are featured in the 2023 UMass Amherst Senior Series.
Public Health Sciences majors Audrey Gabriel, Darya Iranmanesh, and Clare Sheedy will be honored as 21st Century Leaders during Commencement 2023.
In its 2023 Health Professions Degree Guide, College Factual ranks the UMass Amherst #20 in its list of "Best Public Health Bachelor's Degree Schools."
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences held its 26th annual Research Day on April 14, 2023, in the Student Union Ballroom.