Public Health News

Workforce Development Workshops

The MSU Master of Public Health program Workforce Development Committee is charged with helping to meet the professional development needs of the public health workforce in Greater Flint and surrounding areas. 

It holds free, bimonthly virtual workshops on topics relevant to public health organizations on Friday mornings. 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Public Health
Friday, December 1st, 10:00am-11:00am

We Are Spartans of Advancing Public Health APHA 2023

Spartans of Public Health at APHA 2023

MSU Public Health is heading to the 2023 APHA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA. The team is excited to make our presence known as the Charles Stewart Mott Department of Public Health. Visit us at booth #1007 in the expo hall to learn about our research, Master of Public Health program, graduate certificate, employment opportunities, and more. Check out our digital booklet for info on our incredible team and see what we’re up to at the conference this year.

Flint Vehicle City street sign over Flint River

A Healthy Partnership in Flint Includes Residents at the Table 

In a city like Flint, which has experienced public health crises that have eroded trust, public health efforts must give residents a seat at the table — and a voice. That’s what an expanded partnership between Michigan State University and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation sets out to do: involve residents at every step of creating solutions for a healthier future and a platform to impact change in areas they identify as a priority.