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A Century of Saving Lives

Then and Now

To commemorate the 2016 Centennial Celebration of the School, artists and researchers collaborated to create a series of panels around ten public health themes: Epidemics, Food, Cities, People, Environment, Mind, Numbers, Advocacy, Genes and Behavior. Each panel collection highlights the significance of the School’s work in these areas from 1916 – 2016, citing key people and research behind advances in public health. The panels are physically located throughout 615 North Wolfe Street with an identical set installed in Hampton House at 624 North Broadway. This virtual tour of the panels simulates a walk-through of the School’s history of public health achievements.

Then and Now