At the opening session of the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting, Dean Sandro Galea provided keynote remarks in which he called upon attendees to take on health barriers such as racism, poverty, and climate change.
One in three adolescents in states with legal recreational marijuana engages with marijuana brands on social media, and those who liked or followed this marketing were five times more likely to have used marijuana over the past year.
On November 4, alums, faculty, staff, students, and friends of SPH gathered at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. At the reception, Dean Sandro Galea presented the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award to Bahby Banks (SPH’05).
At a Diversity & Inclusion Seminar, William Darity, public policy professor at Duke University, argued that a reparations program for black Americans should accomplish three objectives: acknowledgement, redress, and closure.