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UCLA Fielding School of Public Health to offer undergraduate degrees

Amid increasing interest and understanding of public health’s central role in addressing society’s most pressing challenges, UCLA Fielding expands its degree offerings to include two undergraduate bachelor’s degrees.

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UCLA awarded $21 million grant to study health impacts of gas leak in Aliso Canyon, California

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has selected a multidisciplinary team of renowned UCLA scientists and healthcare practitioners will conduct the Aliso Canyon Health Research Study.

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Student Stories: Hungry for change

Seven UCLA Fielding students recount the events that fueled their passions about food issues and the work they have undertaken as a result.

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UCLA Fielding School of Public Health welcomes 10 new faculty members

The researchers' areas of expertise include health disparities, industrial hygiene, medical care and health economics, statistical genomics, mental health, and more.

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UCLA Fielding School of Public Health graduates lead transformative work — building a healthier future for all — here in Los Angeles, in all 50 U.S. states, and in 71 countries around the globe.

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    UCLA Fielding's alumni network is comprised of more than eleven thousand public health changemakers
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Amid substantial gaps in who has access to healthy, affordable meals, UCLA Fielding engages in community partnerships that promote change.

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New research presented in tackling gun violence as a public health epidemic

Symposium held by UCLA FSPH Center for Health Policy Research highlights new findings to support policy solutions.

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UCLA Fielding Professor Anne Rimoin named to STAT's "ultimate list of leaders in life sciences"
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