Brown University School of Public Health

Brown University School of Public Health

Brown University School of Public Health is dedicated to improving the health of all populations through world-class public health scholarships that prepare the next generation of public health officers to address the diverse needs of all people. 

Molding the Next Generation of Public Health Leaders

Brown University School of Public Health

Since its establishment at Brown University in 2013, the School of Public Health has championed new opportunities to innovate and transform public health education and research. The School produces world-class public health scholarships to benefit historically underserved communities and vulnerable populations. At the Brown School of Public Health, "students learn public health by doing public health," by focusing on service and community engagement in the greater Providence area and beyond. Driven by diversity and inclusion, the school's primary mission is to improve health as a human right for all and produce the next generation of diverse public health leaders by recruiting students, staff, and professors from various cultures and backgrounds to foster a safe, inclusive, and respectful academic community.

 

The School aspires to the highest levels of academic research to advance well-being for all, including research and outreach in key areas such as Alzheimer's disease, opioid addiction, veterans' health, and mental health. Through such rigorous research, education, and outreach this institution the Brown School of Public Health is dedicated to enhancing the well-being of humanity and transforming the public health sector for generations to come. 

GRoW Support

2021

Discretionary Fund for the Dean of the School of Public Health