By Nicole Etter UWM Research Magazine February 26, 2018 The statistics are stark. African-American women are only slightly less likely than white women to develop breast cancer. But if diagnosed, they’re 42 percent more likely to die from the disease,… Read More
By Tom Luljak UWM Today on WUWM 89.7FM January 4, 2018 With more than 4,000 students, 30 degree programs, and 40 labs, clinics and centers, UW-Milwaukee’s Partners for Health initiative brings together Wisconsin’s largest college of nursing, the only school… Read More
On Friday, Oct. 13, UWM faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members gathered at the Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts to celebrate the national accreditation of the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health. The school learned this past… Read More
After six and a half years in the Graduate Program Manager position, I have accepted an employment offer as Executive Director of the Milwaukee Children’s Choir. This is an opportunity for me to provide positional leadership for an organization with an ambitious… Read More
On November 12th, UWM held a reception to celebrate the recipients of 2015-16 scholarships. Zilber School of Public Health scholarship donors, students, and faculty were in attendance to mark the occasion. Zilber School of Public Health students receiving scholarships this… Read More
Wednesday was a big night for the UW-Milwaukee Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health. We received the 2015 State Farm Building Blocks MANDI Award. This was the 15th year the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC – a cornerstone community… Read More
Over the Winterim, Zilber School of Public Health MPH student Holly Gamblin and PHd student Lindsay Emer joined faculty Dr. Jacques Du Plessis in South Africa to study focus the complexities related to the prevention of HIV infections.
– The Zilber School was the scene of several research projects this month. Dr. Paul Florsheim and Lori Bokowy held several sessions for the Milwaukee Parenthood Study II, Dr. Alice Yan continued with her work on the Living Well project,… 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.
There are many benefits to becoming an APHA Student Member: Travel scholarships to the national APHA conference each year Job, internship and fellowship opportunities sent monthly Networking and mentorship abilities And more! Want more information? Contact one of UWM’s campus… Read More