The University of Michigan School of Public Health has made a significant investment in its faculty with a $2 million salary market adjustment program designed to ensure faculty compensation that aligns with competitive market rates.
Weiser Professional Development Fellow visits Michigan Public Health, reconnects with longtime collaborator
Bosiljka Djikanovic visited as part of Ronald and Eileen Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia program
Earlier this year, Serbian professor and public health researcher Bosiljka Djikanovic visited the University of Michigan School of Public Health as part of a faculty development program hosted by the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia.
Q&A with Ella August
The writing productivity video series Get in the Write Mind is designed to help faculty overcome a range of barriers and establish productive writing habits.
Michigan Public Health's new Online Learning Hub serves as a one-stop-shop to view the growing variety of online learning opportunities available from Michigan Public Health.
The long and illustrious careers of alums from Michigan’s program in Health Services Research and Policy demonstrate the impact of professionals trained in both practice and academia—a testament to the educational value of the program for students and the broad influence the program has had on health care management and policy in the US and beyond.
Many students at Michigan Public Health are the first in their family to attend college. Across the school, these students model the resilience and dedication needed to approach some of public health’s biggest challenges.