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Welcome banner in galleryFall Orientation has begun and we’re excited to meet our incoming students!

Students starting degree programs in the departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Environmental Health Sciences; Epidemiology; Health Behavior and Society; and International Health report today.

We’ll meet students from the departments of Biostatistics; Health Policy and Management; Mental Health; Molecular Microbiology and Immunology; and Population Family and Reproductive Health tomorrow.

All new degree students attend Friday’s orientation activities.

Welcome New Students!

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. . .

What are your favorite things about the Bloomberg School?

I asked our admissions team to take a picture of their favorite thing. Here is what they came up with!

Favorite things around the School

From left to right, top to bottom:

  • amazing people! (represented here by the staff of Student Affairs)
  • one of many electronic posters listing intriguing lectures and events – there’s always something going on!
  • coffee from the Daily Grind – aside from the caffeine, a trip to the coffee shop means snippets of conversation with students, faculty and staff
  • ninth floor terrace – good for reading, eating or stealing a moment of sunshine
  • upside down map provides a different perspective of a familiar image
  • view of Baltimore from a treadmill in the ninth floor gym

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!

Fall Orientation starts one week from today!

Agendas are printed, breakfast is ordered and all 500 water bottles are washed!

Freshly washed water bottles