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BS Public Health 2020

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Stay up to date with news, updates, and announcements from the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) program. Know a student or faculty member who has done exceptional work in public health? Contact Keith Kramer to spotlight a student or faculty in the BSPH program within the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health.

BSPH STUDENT PROFILE: MARGAUX WHITEHEAD

As a junior currently completing her BSPH in the Parkinson School, Margaux Whitehead is also a charter member and co-president of the Public Health Club.

"The second I stepped into PUBH 300, Introduction to Public Health, I was met with engaging professors, people who challenged my beliefs, a diversity of opinions and perspectives, and a collective ambition to make the world a healthier, more equitable place. The professors took the time to know my story, not just my name. The student-centric, collaborative, career-focused, quality improvement-driven community of the public health program was evident to me from my very first impressions. The caliber of support and investment in students within the BSPH program is unchallenged—and, in that moment, I knew I am where I am meant to be."

View: Student Perspectives: Margaux Whitehead (video interviews on Loyola, the BSPH Program, and the Public Health Club)

Parkinson Professional Development Workshop Series

The Parkinson Professional Development Workshop Series is a collaboration between Career Services and the Parkinson School. 

Visit Career Services to learn more

Public Health Club

The Public Health Club (PHC) seeks to create and promote opportunities for service, education, social and community connections, professional and leadership skills development related to public health on campus, in local communities and beyond.

Interested in the Public Health Club? Contact lucphc@gmail.com or Keith Kramer for more information. 

Stay up to date with news, updates, and announcements from the Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) program. Know a student or faculty member who has done exceptional work in public health? Contact Keith Kramer to spotlight a student or faculty in the BSPH program within the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health.

BSPH STUDENT PROFILE: MARGAUX WHITEHEAD

As a junior currently completing her BSPH in the Parkinson School, Margaux Whitehead is also a charter member and co-president of the Public Health Club.

"The second I stepped into PUBH 300, Introduction to Public Health, I was met with engaging professors, people who challenged my beliefs, a diversity of opinions and perspectives, and a collective ambition to make the world a healthier, more equitable place. The professors took the time to know my story, not just my name. The student-centric, collaborative, career-focused, quality improvement-driven community of the public health program was evident to me from my very first impressions. The caliber of support and investment in students within the BSPH program is unchallenged—and, in that moment, I knew I am where I am meant to be."

View: Student Perspectives: Margaux Whitehead (video interviews on Loyola, the BSPH Program, and the Public Health Club)

Parkinson Professional Development Workshop Series

The Parkinson Professional Development Workshop Series is a collaboration between Career Services and the Parkinson School. 

Visit Career Services to learn more

Public Health Club

The Public Health Club (PHC) seeks to create and promote opportunities for service, education, social and community connections, professional and leadership skills development related to public health on campus, in local communities and beyond.

Interested in the Public Health Club? Contact lucphc@gmail.com or Keith Kramer for more information.