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From faculty research announcements to campus updates and global public health news, stay up-to-date on the latest from the School of Global Public Health.

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A Desperate Need for Justice Reform

September 25, 2020

Dr. LeConté Dill reflects on a recent GPH event where a powerful discussion was held on the flaws and fissures of the U.S justice system and the desperate need for reform.
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Taking Action Against Hunger

September 24, 2020

GPH's Nutrition Without Borders club brings awareness to hunger and food insecurity while encouraging us to take action to reduce the global affects.
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It's Time to Roll Up Our Sleeves!

September 11, 2020

Dean Cheryl Healton welcomes the entire GPH community back to campus — whether they’re here physically or virtually.
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Faculty Updates

September 10, 2020

Please join us in celebrating the following faculty members at the NYU School of Global Public Health!
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Our Love and Support for a Resilient City

August 6, 2020

A message of support for our friends in Beirut written by Program Director of Global and Environmental Public Health Chris Dickey and Program Administrator Kiera Bloch.
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Student Highlight: Answering the Call to Serve

July 29, 2020

MPH candidate Daniel Okpare jumps at the opportunity to put his public health expertise to use in becoming a contact tracer for New York City's COVID-19 tracking initiative.
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In Memoriam: Two Civil Rights Icons

July 24, 2020

Dean Cheryl Healton sends a message to the GPH community mourning the passing of John Lewis and C.T. Vivian.
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Learning How To Keep Our Transit Workers Safe

July 24, 2020

NYU GPH has been meeting with the leadership of the Transport Workers Union, Local 100 (TWU) to collaborate on research that will be a first step toward determining risk factors for COVID-19 exposure.
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A Dangerous Trend in Obesity & COVID-19

July 17, 2020

Dr. Niyati Parekh highlights the links between poor nutrition, obesity, and increased risk of mortality among COVID-19 patients, pointing to the need to flatten the obesity curve in parallel to the CO...
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