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Celebrate the graduation of our newest JHSPH graduates and remember your own graduation! Learn More
Dr. Chuck Rohde celebrated 50 years at JHSPH with alumni and friends of the Department of Biostatistics on April 18, 2015 Learn More
Bloomberg School Health Advisory Board members share experiences and insights from a recent trip to Cuba Learn More
summer institutes
Add public health to your summer plans. Registration now open. Learn More
hector garcia
The pigs and the people of northern Peru are celebrating because of International Health alumnus Hector Hugo Garcia. Learn More
Koki Agarwal
Internationally recognized expert in safe motherhood & reproductive health, Koki Agarwal's approach draws on her education in population studies and public health. Learn More

Once a student, always an alumnus! One of the benefits of attending the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is that you will always be part of both the School and the Johns Hopkins University. Upon graduation, you become a member of both the JHSPH alumni network and the University-wide JHU Alumni Association. Regardless of when you graduated, what you studied, or what you’re doing now, your diploma makes you a member of both communities. As a member of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, you will enjoy a range of benefits and services, including access to JHConnect, the University’s alumni directory.

As the oldest and largest school of public health, the JHSPH alumni network is the broadest community of public health graduates in the world. This network is powered by you. Connect with fellow alumni by joining the Alumni LinkedIn and Facebook groups. Give back as an alumni volunteer. Share your personal and professional news with us. Attend an alumni event. Organize your own alumni event and tell us about it. Update your contact information so we can send you the latest news and updates. No matter how you choose to stay connected, your participation is crucial to the success of the JHSPH alumni network.

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