Dr. Larissa R. Brunner Huber Awarded HSRA Grant
April 8, 2016

Dr. Larissa R. Brunner Huber has been awarded a grant by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to investigate the association between short birth intervals and under-studied adverse pregnancy outcomes using data from the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS). ...


Department of Public Health Sciences Holds Successful CAHME Site Visit
April 8, 2016

Many thanks our friends and colleagues for your support and advice during our recent CAHME re-accreditation process. Our site visit just concluded with a preliminary finding that the Department fully met 33 of 35 criteria and have partially met the remaining...

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MSPH Program to become MPH Degree
March 24, 2016

On August 15th, 2016, the Department of Public Health Sciences' MSPH program will become an MPH degree! This name change does not alter curriculum,  accreditation, or commitment to preparing public health practitioner scholars. Students will continue to complete 36-39 credit...

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UNC Charlotte Hosts Higher Education Thought Leader
March 18, 2016

Association of American Colleges & Universities Executive Terry Rhodes visited UNC Charlotte this week for a series of discussions with faculty, staff and campus leaders. Dr. Rhodes is the Vice President of the Office of Quality, Curriculum and Assessment and Executive Director of VALUE at...


Psychology Major Wins Giveaway in Public Health Minor Survey
March 17, 2016

The Department of Public Health Sciences conducted an online survey of Public Health (PH) minor students from February 25, 2016 - March 16, 2016. The drawing for the iPad was held today in the Department of Public Health Sciences. And the winner of the brand new iPad is Hanna Snyder.  Hanna is...

The Public Health Minor Survey - chance to win an iPad
February 29, 2016

The Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is conducting a brief online survey of Public Health minors to improve our services and help ensure the academic success of students enrolled in the Public Health minor program. Those who complete the...

MHA Program at 2016 ACHE Congress and Healthcare Leaderhip
February 23, 2016

This March, UNC Charlotte MHA students and program leadership are traveling to Chicago for the 2016 ACHE Congress on Healthcare Leadership. If you are heading to Congress, please plan to stop by booth number 34 and visit with us. Also, please contact us in advance ​so that we can include you in...

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WSOC TV: Professor Michael Thompson on NC Health Insurance Market
February 17, 2016

WSOC TV spoke with UNC Charlotte Public Health Sciences professor Michael Thompson on potential changes in the North Carolina health insurance market that could affect thousands. See the story here.

GPHA hosts Go Red Day 2016
February 4, 2016

On February 2, 2016, the Graduate Public Health Association (GPHA) hosted an event in the Student Union to raise awareness about the American Heart Association’s annual Go Red Week.  The American Heart Association had a table where students could learn about the organization and how to prevent...

Dr. Gary Silverman discusses the risk of lead in Charlotte's water in repsonse to the crisis in Flint, Michigan
February 3, 2016

In a news article in the January 30th issue of the Charlotte Observer, Gary Silverman provides information about the appropriate level of concern for local residents abouf the safety of their water supply. Click link to view article, The Charlotte Observer