Public Health News

Arynn De Leeuw

Supporting Neurotechnology Research Participants

As a neuroethics research assistant at Michigan State University's (MSU) Department of Medicine, Master of Public Health (MPH) student Arynn De Leeuw uses analytical skills to conduct community-based participatory research. The Canadian native recently had the opportunity to present her work at a national academic conference.

Workforce Development Workshops

The MSU Master of Public Health program Workforce Development Committee is charged with helping to meet the professional development needs of the public health workforce in Greater Flint and surrounding areas. 

It holds free, bimonthly virtual workshops on topics relevant to public health organizations on Friday mornings. 

Best Practices in Public Health Communication
July 19, 2024 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Kent Key and Steve Ondersma

Department Announces Newly Appointed Associate Chairs

Flint is a national leader in community-based participatory research and has a long history of creating social justice change. In partnership with the Michigan State University Charles Stewart Mott Department of Public Health, Flint will continue to advocate for public health policy change locally, nationally, and internationally.