Stop by and visit Michigan State University Public Health faculty and staff at the American Public Health Association Virtual Conference on October 25 - 28, 2020.

Learn about public health in Flint by stopping by booth #2325.

The Michigan State University Division of Public Health focuses on population health from the College of Human Medicine’s Flint campus. Spartans work side-by-side with community partners and health care providers to encourage healthy behaviors, mitigate chronic diseases, identify environmental health risks, and examine the social factors that influence community health.

Our faculty have brought more than $72 million in grants to the community including the Flint Lead Registry and the Flint Center for Health Equity Solutions. 

And, we offer an online master’s degree that can be customized to your public health interests.
The GRE waiver has been extended for all applicants!

Get started and empower your goals with a public health career that protects the health of people and communities. 

See You at Booth #2325:
Learn about public health in Flint and ask how you can win merchandise from the MSU Spartan Spirit Shop. Go to booth #2325 in the Expo and join us using the zoom link below. 

Link to enter MSU APHA Zoom: 
Passcode to enter: MSUAPHA


Flint @APHA Booklet:
Explore the work of Michigan State public health experts, Flint community partners, and others.
This booklet will serve as a guide for APHA presentations, posters, and panel discussions related to public health in Flint. 

Spartan Badge Ribbons: 
The APHA badge ribbon tradition continues. Print out your favorite Spartan Badge Ribbons and show your Spartan Pride by taking a selfie and tweeting them to us @MSUPubHealth and #APHA2020.

Join us at one of our APHA Events:
Public Health in a Dual Pandemic Panel Discussion
Sunday, October 25th at 4:30pm MT or 6:30pm EST

Master of Public Health Information Session
Monday, October 26th at 10:00am MT or 12:00pm EST  


Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha Receives 2020 Fries Prize for Improving Health
The award recognizes an individual who has made major accomplishments in health improvement with an emphasis on recent contributions to health in the United States. It is intended for an individual who has done the most to improve health for the greatest number of people. The Fries Prize for Improving Health award is $60,000. Hanna-Attisha will donate the entire award amount to Flint recovery efforts.