The School of Public Health
The School of Public Health is a unique partnership between the New York State Department of Health and the University at Albany and offers an education based on cutting-edge research and practice-based experience. The School creates educational, research and public health opportunities for students to address today’s most critical global health problems and “Advance Health Locally and Around the World.”
East Campus Notice
Gregory Owens to Speak at SPH Commencement Recognition CeremonyGregory Owens, director of Strategic Partnerships and Collaborations in the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, will speak at the SPH Commencement Recognition Ceremony. One-hundred eighty three graduates will be recognized.
More than 3,100 undergraduate and graduate students participated in the University at Albany’s 172nd Commencement ceremonies, Friday, May 13, through Sunday, May 15.
A new program led by the School of Public Health and SUNY Downstate Medical Center will build capacity at the Kazakh National Medical University to conduct research addressing HIV treatment gaps.
$10 Million NIH Endowment Grant Positions UAlbany as the Leading Northeast Hub for Health Disparities Education and Research
The University has been awarded a $10 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) endowment grant, with which it will launch a major public engagement initiative to address the future of minority health disparities in the Northeastern United States.
This fully online program provides an exciting opportunity for public health professionals and others interested in the field to obtain a Master's Degree in Public Health.