Our mission is to better the health of all people by advancing knowledge and training tomorrow’s leaders
how to change behavior and social conditions that influence health.

LEARN WHAT STUDENTS AND FACULTY HAVE TO SAY ABOUT BSHES

 

Ellie Fuqua

"Now more than ever, it feels like the right time to be embarking on my journey as an MPH student in the Department of Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been incredibly refreshing to return to the classroom (both virtually and in-person) and engage in important conversations about the many pressing public health issues our country currently faces.

I am immensely grateful for the James W. Curran Scholarship. Receiving this support empowered me to seek opportunities to make a positive impact at Rollins and in the community more broadly."


Ellie Fuqua
MPH ’22, James W. Curran Scholarship Recipient

 

WHY BSHES?

  • Faculty who lead cutting-edge public health research projects and engage students through teaching and mentoring.
  • Gain the skills necessary to apply theory and cutting-edge research in public health interventions.
  • Receive career coaching and guidance that will prepare you for landing your dream job.
  • Become part of a global network of alumni and current students who will open doors as you grow in your career now and in the future.
  • Find your purpose, develop your passion, and emerge a public health professional ready to effect change.

     

HAVE QUESTIONS? Contact bsheatrollins@emory.edu