One School, Three Universities...
A collaboration of University of Northern Colorado, the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and Colorado State University, Colorado School of Public Health is the first and only school of public health in the Rocky Mountain region. Combining transferable courses, faculty and resources, the school allows students to access specializations, research and service centers located at the three universities.
Celebrating Ten Years of Education
As we enter our 10th anniversary year, we recognize everyone who has been a part of our school from the beginning and through today. Join us to celebrate how much we have accomplished together over the last 10 years. We want to celebrate our successes!
Join our faculty, staff, students and alumni of our Community Health Education MPH program at the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Northern Colorado for a very special event celebrating the 10th Anniversary of ColoradoSPH and National Public Health Week.
UNC offers a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in three concentration areas: Community Health Education, Global Health and Community Health Education, and Healthy Aging and Community Health Education as well as a Certificate in Public Health Sciences. These programs prepare students to work effectively with diverse communities to identify needs and strengths, as well as develop healthy individuals and communities.
News and Announcements
ColoradoSPH Welcomes New Dean - Fall 2017
Dr. Jonathan Samet, MD, MS, will join the Colorado School of Public Health as the new dean in October 2017. Dr. Samet brings nearly 40 years of experience in patient care, administration, and research. Chancellor Elliman, CU Anschutz, shares: "We are fortunate to have someone as accomplished and versatile as Dr. Samet taking the helm of the Colorado School of Public Health at this critical juncture in its growth. I am grateful to Dr. Elaine Morrato who, as interim dean since December, has helped the school continue to build on its momentum while ensuring we are set up for a smooth handoff to new leadership.”
ColoradoSPH Students at UNC Assist City of Fort Collins with SRTS Evaluations as a Class Project
ColoradoSPH students at UNC recently evaluated the Safe Routes to School program (SRTS) as part of their Methods in Public Health Research and Evaluation class with Dr. Mary Dinger in order to help improve bike safety education for the City of Fort Collins. The purpose was to improve the evaluation design and tools used to measure change in youth cycling knowledge after the completion of SRTS.
Graduate Receives Fellowship to Work in Afrida with CDC's Global HIV Program
Colorado School of Public Health graduate Meagan Cain has been awarded a fellowship to work in Africa on HIV intervention programs through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Make a Difference Through Community Health
Pursue your interest in public health, engage in local community health organization and initiatives and benefit from small class sizes. Take a moment to watch this video and learn more about UNC and the Colorado School of Public Health.
Student Experience: My Journey to Nepal
In the wake of shattering earthquakes and devastating chaos, I experienced glimmers of hope and healing.
Since my return from Nepal in August, I’ve had a lot of people ask me how it went.
It seems an easy enough question but the answer is far more complicated. I’d been
to Nepal before and had seen a side of this small Himalayan nation that tourists often
miss. I spent the summer of 2014 setting up and running basic public health workshops
for sexually-exploited women and children in Kathmandu. That summer, I learned a lot
about what people are capable of, from women who had been sold into prostitution by
their husbands, to young girls who had been gang-raped by strangers. I witnessed horrendous
human cruelty and depravity, but left Nepal inspired by the glimmers of hope and resilience
these individuals exuded. It was an experience that left me raw and humbled and aching
to do more with vulnerable women there.
It was from this yearning that “Girls Moving Mountains” emerged.