The Kullman family donates $1 million
to the Center for American Indian Health
Kawi Professorship boosts junior faculty
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Kathryn Edin was shocked to discover American families subsisting on $2 a day, living in developing-world conditions.
A Cuba visit with Nobel laureate Peter Agre and Dean Mike Klag provided new insights into the mysterious island 90 miles south of the US
“DON'T BELIEVE THE DOUBTERS--high salt intake DOES pose serious health risks" according to Mary E. Cogswell, RN, DrPH '92, the first recipient of the Kruse Research-to-Policy Alumni Achievement Award.
What characteristics made Ruth Rice Puffer one of the twentieth century’s leading public health statisticians? Carol Lewis knows.
June 2015 Fiscal Year-End Countdown!
FY15 Goals: 1,659 donors and $600,000
As of June 25, we need 136 more Annual Funds donors to contribute $102,793 to reach our goals!
Profound shifts in the global economy and the traditional funding structure of medical and public health research make private support paramount for the Bloomberg School’s future. The Annual Funds provide the School with essential resources during these fiscally uncertain times.
We are especially grateful to our broad base of Annual Funds donors who give, on average, $100 each. Whether you give $50 or $50,000, your choice to support our work in public health makes the difference. Every donor helps strengthen our foundation and advance our mission.