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You’ve heard us say, “know your program.”

Probably you’ve also heard us suggest exploring our school, its programs, research, faculty and facilities to ensure we’re the best fit with your public health goals.

How do you do this?

There are many resources – most of which, we’ve profiled before.

But now we have one more. The Bloomberg School has developed a digital “YearLook” celebrating the Bloomberg School’s noteworthy successes in research, education and practice from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014.

YearLook screenshot

The YearLook attempts to reflect the breadth and depth of the School’s mission, across public health disciplines and on many levels, from cell to society.

It shows that we really do believe and aspire to our tagline of Protecting Health, Saving Lives – Millions at a Time.

Young woman with computerJoin us next Friday for the first in our fall series of virtual information sessions:

“The Ins and Outs of Applying
to the Bloomberg School”

Noon, Friday, September 26, 2014

During this session, admissions representatives will discuss our many academic programs and which of those programs use which application. Participants will have a chance to ask questions and our staff will do their best to answer. The session will be recorded and later posted to our website.

For more on our virtual sessions – including how to attend or view a previously recorded session – visit our website.

See you online!

Young woman using computerTravel can be expensive on a student’s budget. We understand that.

So, for those prospective students who can’t make the trip to Baltimore, we offer a series of virtual information sessions beginning in September.

“The Ins and Outs of Applying to the Bloomberg School”

During this session, admissions representatives will discuss our many academic programs and how to apply. Participants will have a chance to ask questions and our staff will do our best to answer. This session is offered twice: once at noon on September 26 and again at noon on October 31.

“MHA, MHS, MPH, MPP, MSPH, & ScM – What’s the Difference?”

Our school offers the alphabet soup in public health master’s degrees. In this session, admissions representatives will cover them all, explaining the differences, application requirements and more. This session is offered at noon on October 8.

All sessions are recorded and posted to the website for your later reference.

For more on our virtual sessions – including how to attend or view a previously recorded session – visit our website.

See you online!

2015-2016 Academic ProspectusIt’s finally here!

On Monday, we received the end product of six month’s work:
the 2015-2016 Academic Prospectus!

This 70-page book provides an overview of our School – its history, departments and academic programs.

We distribute the Prospectus at recruitment events across the country. We provide them to public health advisers. And we send them to those who request it using our Prospectus Request Form.

For those who prefer things electronically, a pdf is also available on our website.

Happy reading!

A few weeks ago, I provided a handful of public health resources.

Here is another highly recommended resource and its official blurb:

Global Health NOW

Global health is an incredibly diverse field. Keeping up with research, policy, outbreaks and funding developments is a challenge. Global Health NOW can help.

Delivered every weekday morning to your inbox, Global Health NOW is an essential daily read for the entire global health community. Monday through Friday, our editorial team scours the news for the most critical and valuable information about global health. Then, we synthesize the news in smartly written, easily scannable summaries so you can get a quick take for the day and delve into the stories most important to you. 

Subscribe for free today: http://www.jhsph.edu/global-health-NOW

If, at any time, you no longer wish to receive NOW, you can easily unsubscribe.

Thank you for your interest in this new initiative from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Please share the link above with friends and colleagues around the world.