SPH’s Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) works with businesses across the state to produce less waste and to save water and electricity.
Environmental Health student Mary Kosuth is investigating microplastics and whether or not they end up in our food and drinks.
HealthNewsReview.org, based at the School of Public Health, launches a podcast to help consumers better understand health news.
Associate Professor Keith Horvath is developing apps to help with HIV prevention and treatment.
Assistant Professor Julian Wolfson creates a smartphone app that allows researchers to understand how people move throughout their day.
How a public health approach — which focuses on keeping people safe and informing policy — can help solve one of our country’s biggest problems.
For 30 years, the School of Public Health has been home to one of the world’s largest and longest running studies about heart health — the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Study.
Creating a healthier population means tackling hard-to-solve, complex issues. At Minnesota, students are at the center of some of the world’s most pressing problems through their involvement in case competitions.
The School of Public Health bridges the connection between students and practitioners through its long-running mentor program.
Professor Craig Hedberg and alumna Farhiya Farah have developed a smartphone app in English and Somali that uses videos and interactive features to describe food-safety practices and to train people in the Minnesota Food Code.
A look at what SPH experts are doing to understand how we can age better.
Scientists currently have no accurate way to estimate the current total coverage of plants across the planet or project what coverage will be like in the future. PhD biostatistics student Abhirup Datta has changed that.