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.
Study led by SPH's Jennifer Manganello examines how U.S mothers of young children obtain critical knowledge about injury hazards and prevention practices.
University at Albany faculty members are available to discuss the causes of the Zika virus, the transmission of the disease, and the public health and business implications of its spread both from a statewide and global perspective.
A new initiative is focused on building HIV and infectious disease research capacity in the Republic of Georgia is being administered by SUNY Downstate Medical Center and the School of Public Health.
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.