Meet our students
-Tracy Rudne Hawry
Every MPH student at the Bloomberg School is assigned a faculty advisor.
The role of the advisor is to discuss with students their academic programs and progress, including choice of courses in light of educational and professional goals. The academic advisor is a student's first point of contact with the faculty. Students may find that they form relationships with other faculty members as their interests evolve.
Advising assignments are coordinated by the MPH Executive Board and the MPH program office. Part-time students are assigned an individual faculty advisor at the time they enter the program. Full-time students participate in advising sessions with a Summer Group Faculty Advisor at the start of the program. Later in the summer, full-time students receive their individual advising assignments.
Students should use the MPH administrative staff as a source for advice on the day-to-day details of the program. For questions regarding program requirements, school policies or administrative procedures, you can contact the MPH program office directly.