Five UW-Milwaukee Zilber School of Public Health alumni reflect on their time at UWM, and the theoretical knowledge, practical skills and professional connections they earned along the way to receiving a master’s in public health.
UWM Zilber School of Public Health alumna Lilliann Paine recently learned that she has been selected to receive this year’s Excellence in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Award from the Wisconsin Public Health Association (WPHA). Paine will be presented with… Read More
By Lori Ahrenhoerster, Special to the Journal Sentinel (UWM Zilber School of Public Health Alumna) Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 12, 2016 The Human Genome Project was launched in 1990, while I was an undergraduate student studying biology and chemistry. Funded… Read More
Zilber School of Public Health alumna Lilliann Paine was recently named a “Public Health Super Hero” as part of Diversity Matters’ campaign to increase diversity in Wisconsin’s Public Health workforce. About Diversity Matters: In Wisconsin, African Americans and Hispanics face… Read More
Editor’s note: This article is one of an occasional series profiling the 14 finalists for the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDIs). The Zilber School of Public Health is a finalist for the State Farm Building Blocks Award, which… Read More
While still working on her Master’s of Public Health degree at UWM, recent alum Bailey Murph landed an awesome fellowship with the United Way. Watch the video.