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Upcoming Field Experience Reports and Thesis Defenses

Glaum    Dr. Deborah Glaum -- April 6 @ 11:30 AM, KSU Olathe Rm 122 -- Zoonotic Soil-transmitted Helminthes: A triad of worms, animals, and humans AND The Veterinarian's role in community public health

Lewis   Dr. Chris Lewis -- April 6 @ 2:30 PM, KSU Olathe Rm 222B -- Rabies Exposure Protocol Update, Emergency Support Function 11 Resource Determination, and Mass Tuberculosis Screening for Johnson County, Kansas

Timmins  Caitlin Timmins -- April 10 @ 1:00 PM, Mosier Rm E107 -- A look into the emphasis human doctors, veterinarians, and pregnancy educators place on providing Toxoplasmosis information for pregnant patients or clients

Rodicheva  Natalia Rodicheva -- April 20 @ 1:00 PM, Justin Hall Rm 115 -- Effect of behaviorally oriented nutrition education program on children's healthy eating

Rockler   Briana Rockler -- April 24 @ 1:30 PM, Justin Hall Rm 167 -- Communities partnering with researchers: An evaluation of coalition function in a community-engaged research approach


 Spring 2015 Program Update

The MPH Program has now had 125 graduates, and there are 98 students currently progressing toward an MPH degree or a Graduate Certificate in Public Health Core Concepts at Kansas State University.  See more details in our MPH Program Spring Update.


Welcome New and Returning Students!

Orientation / Group Counseling (on a completely voluntary basis) was held in Trotter Hall, Room 301, on Friday, January 16, 2015, 9:00 AM. Here is the PowerPoint Presentation

Congratulations to our December 2014 Graduates!

Zaher Al Bashabsheh
Hayley Collins
Jennifer Engel
Elizabeth Grilliot
Ellen Heinrich
  
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Welcome!

Kansas State University is proud to offer a unique blend of public health education opportunities for our state and beyond. This website provides you up-to-date, comprehensive information about the Master of Public Health Program, whether you are a prospective student, current student, faculty member, alumnus, or friend and advocate of public health education.

Please look at our program, with its four areas of emphasis, and let us know of any assistance we can give.

We are proud to now be accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

Mike Cates, DVM, MPH
Program Director


MPH News Archives

Regents Program Review

CEPH Accreditation

CEPH Accreditation Seal

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