School of Medicine Public Health Sciences Confers 59 Degrees

May 21, 2024 by

Public Health Sciences Class of 2024.

Public Health Sciences Class of 2024.

The School of Medicine congratulates the 59 Department of Public Health Sciences students who were awarded Master’s degrees in Public Health or Clinical Research in the 2023-24 academic year. Many of them were able to join ceremonies held at Culbreth Hall on Sunday, May 19. Senior Associate Dean for Education Meg G. Keeley, MD, and other leaders welcomed the graduates and their guests. Professor and Chair of the Department of Public Health Sciences Matthew Gurka, PhD, delivered the keynote address.

The event was filled with excitement and pride as the graduates were celebrated for their accomplishments, which included completion of final projects in a broad range of topics such as Clinical Outcomes, Mental Health, One Health, Cancer Prevention, and the Social Determinants of Health. The graduates are looking forward to careers in a variety of fields like government agencies, health systems, consulting firms, community organizations, not-for-profit groups, NGOs, businesses, and insurance companies.

Photos by Tom Coghill.

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