Loyola University Chicago's Division of Student Development recently shared an important message regarding sexual misconduct.READ MORE
In February, Dean Morrato wants to reflect on where we are and where we are going as we work together to promote heath equity and social justice within and beyond the Parkinson School.READ MORE
Learn more about the Robert and Betty Parkinson Social Justice Scholars Award – an opportunity for 10 exceptionally-talented students with demonstrated financial need who are dedicated to being “persons for others” and will use their Parkinson education to improve the health and health care of individuals, communities, and systems.LEARN MORE
Dean Morrato Signs Open Letter to Pres. Trump from Leaders of America’s Public Health Schools and Programs.
We join as leaders of academic public health in America to urge you and the American people to relentlessly focus on science-based interventions to prevent further transmission of the Covid-19 virus.LEARN MORE
Parkinson School Dean, Elaine Morrato, DrPH, MPH, CPH, addresses students, staff, and faculty on racism, public health, and working together for change.READ MORE
Whether you study, teach, or work at the Parkinson School, you have been called to help “right” some of the many institutional “wrongs” that have become part of this country’s fabric.READ