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In the News: Max Brito, MPH '10

Max Brito, MPH Epidemiology and Biostatistics '10, was featured in the Chicago Tribune analyzing the risks posed by Candida auris, a deadly fungus outbreak that is spreading in Chicago-area health facilities.

At a vigil on the UIC quad, students stand hand-in-hand observing a moment of silence.

Statement of Solidarity with the Muslim Community

In the wake of the shootings at mosques in New Zealand, the School of Public Health confirms its solidarity with students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, friends and community members who practice the Islamic faith.

Maria Argos headshot.

UIC gets $12M to continue largest study of Latinos

Maria Argos is a co-investigator of a new grant from the National Institutes of Health continuing UIC's role as the Chicago field center of a community health study of Latinos and Hispanics.

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Unique Course Examines Epidemics of Injustice

The course Epidemics of Injustice focuses on the histories of the programs, policies and prejudices that give rise to many social justice and health equity concerns we see today.

Linda Forst headshot.

Occupational Health as a Global Health Issue

Professor Linda Forst and four School of Public Health students attended World Health Organization meetings focused on occupational health to learn about practices across the globe.

A student receives an award at the 2018 Commencement ceremony.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

Dr. David Satcher, who is the founding director and senior advisor for the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, served as the guest speaker.

Students in the UIC Urban Health Program have a conversation standing outside a building on campus.

Urban Health Program Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Since its inception in 1978, UHP has recruited, retained and graduated more than 7,000 traditionally underrepresented students who now work in health-related fields.