Students from the University of Michigan School of Public Health Class of 2024 in Hill Auditorium for graduation.

School of Public Health celebrates 400 graduates

Alumna delivers message to Class of 2024: ‘Everybody has the right to good health’

On May 2, 2024, the University of Michigan School of Public Health celebrated more than 400 graduates during commencement at the historic Hill Auditorium who received 286 master’s degrees, 100 undergraduate degrees and 28 doctoral degrees. Jodi-Ann Burey, MPH ’14, addressed the Class of 2024, thanking them for persevering during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Herman 'Hank' Koren

Distinguished alumnus pays it forward 60 years after Dean's generosity

Herman ‘Hank’ Koren, MPH ’59, sets up emergency fund to help students

Herman “Hank” Koren, MPH ’59, credits having an “immense career” thanks to the generosity of Henry F. Vaughan, the inaugural dean of the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Koren is returning the favor Vaughan paid to him by creating the Dr. Herman “Hank” and Mrs. Donna Koren Helping Hands Expendable Fund.

A team-based classroom in the Central Campus Classroom Building with technology at each group table

Michigan Public Health launches new Master of Public Health Core Curriculum

New curriculum to prepare students to meet the needs of the public health workforce by providing hands-on, experiential learning

The University of Michigan School of Public Health launched its new core curriculum Aug. 28 to begin the 2023 Fall semester, with new coursework for nearly 200 first-year Master of Public Health students.