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This fall, Michigan Public Health will offer a new opportunity to gather in our pursuit of a healthier, more equitable world for all with the launch of a new speaker series: “The Exchange: Conversations with distinguished scholars.”
The project utilizes community-academic partnerships to work toward defined policy goals set forth using a community-based participatory approach.
Project HEARD (Health Equity via Advocacy for Resources in Detroit), a Detroit URC policy initiative co-led by Michigan Public Health faculty and community partners, supports community-led efforts to advance health equity in Detroit and beyond.
Denise Anthony was named the inaugural Rubin Department Chair of Health Management and Policy within the University of Michigan School of Public Health on Sept. 21. The University of Michigan Board of Regents approved Anthony’s appointment to the chair, which was established by Amir Rubin, MHSA ’96, MBA ’96, and Nicole Rubin, MHSA ’95.
The University of Michigan School of Public Health is among 13 institutions that will receive funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as part of a network of centers focused on predicting and preparing for future disease outbreaks.