Public Health Research Day

Public Health Research Day, held annually by the Graduate Program in Public Health, is a required event for all MPH students. All graduating MPH students are required to present posters during the Public Health Research Day. The Public Health Research Day Committee will select the 3 top-ranked abstracts for oral presentations, and each will receive a Blue Ribbon Award with an honorarium. All other students are required to attend the day’s events. Public Health Research Day showcases MPH student thesis, manuscript, and capstone projects. In addition to the annual poster session, the event will include a keynote lecture, oral presentations, and a networking reception. This is an excellent opportunity for networking among students, faculty, alumni, and community stakeholders, and to gain experience in presenting your work to an audience with diverse professional interests.

All graduating students are encouraged to prepare in advance for Public Health Research Day. The Culminating Experience Abstract for Public Health Research Day will be due in early April, and the poster will be due in early May.

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