(Director - Rosemary Frasso)
The CPHI acts as the organizational home and academic base for Penn’s multi-disciplinary, inter-school Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program, which is one of the first multi-school accredited MPH Programs in the U.S. CPHI also hosts an annual seminar series and learning institutes in order to foster life-long learning opportunities for students, faculty, staff and the broader public health community.
The MPH Program at Penn was founded in 2002. This unique, interdisciplinary program prepares students for leadership in the field of public health by integrating research, education, and service learning utilizing faculty expertise from across the variety of schools at the University. The program aims to educate professionals from diverse disciplines in the core areas that define public health.
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CPHI hosts an annual seminar series to to increase public health knowledge and expertise. This year’s CPHI seminar series, is entitled "Conversations around Cultures of Health" and coincides with the University of Pennslyvania's annual theme for 2014/15 - The Year of Health.
CPHI offers public health career development and professional growth activities through fall, winter, spring and summer learning institutes. Institutes are offered to students, staff and the broader public health community.
Currently, CPHI offers: