Office of Academic Affairs
Academic and Research Ethics
All students are required to complete the Academic and Research Ethics course (550.860) in the first tem in which they are registered.
The Office of Academic Affairs, under the leadership of Sr. Dean for Academic Affairs Stephen Gange, PhD, shapes the strategic vision for the School’s academic programs.
Working closely with faculty across the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Office oversees the School’s full range of learning experiences, ensuring quality and innovation as degree-seeking students progress from admission to graduation and public health professionals from around the world come together to participate in certificate and training programs. Central to these endeavors is the Office of Student Affairs, which supports students through a strong network of resources that touch upon every aspect of matriculation, from admissions to career services.
The far-reaching scholarly activities of our faculty and the School’s strong ties to the practice community in Baltimore, the nation and throughout the world ensure a rich and dynamic learning environment.