BBC Mundo interviewed Dr. Alex Ortega on how Latinos living in the U.S. have longer life expectancies than non-Hispanic whites, yet deal with higher rates of poverty and health issues like diabetes and obesity.
Nancy Halpern Ibrahim, '80, MPH ’93, winner of the 2015 UCLA Award for Community Service, speaks about the impact she constantly strives to make and what it means to receive one of UCLA's most prestigious honors.
Fielding School Dean Jody Heymann and Associate Dean for Academic Programs Hilary Godwin co-wrote a commentary for the American Journal of Public Health on training public health students to be effective agents for social change.
Using maps and global data from FSPH's WORLD Policy Analysis Center, Vox and HBO’s John Oliver Tonight took the Mother’s Day weekend as an opportunity to highlight the lack of of a national paid maternal leave policy in the U.S.
Vox (May 12), Vox (May 11), HBO's Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
My time at FSPH was made possible by scholarship funding; the training I received helped me become Executive Director of the largest NGO in the fields of Population, Sexual & Reproductive Health, Family Planning and HIV/AIDS programs targeting the most high-risk groups in Haiti.
Jean Marie Fritz Moise, MPH 1991, Population and Family Health