School of Public Health Alumni Society
Founded in 1944, University of Minnesota School of Public Health has graduated over 10,000 alumni who are important members of the school and public health community as they shape public health policy, conduct ground-breaking research, lead innovative public health solutions and contribute to the future of public health.
Since its inception in 1982, the School of Public Health Alumni Society has worked to serve alumni and students, promote excellence in programs and advance public health efforts in our community and the world. As an affiliate of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association, the SPH Alumni Society currently has more than 1,400 members. Membership is open to all graduates, former students who have completed a minimum of 12-18 credits, faculty and administrators of the school.
Build an alumni-centered culture within the SPH community by fostering connections among alumni, faculty, and students. (Updated September 2015)
Alumni will enjoy lifelong engagement and pride in SPH, and will actively support endeavors of the School and fellow alumni. (Updated September 2015)
Alumni Society Board of Directors
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Join the SPH Alumni Society and UMAA
Become a member of the school’s Alumni Society by completing the online membership form. Enter campaign code NP4PB to ensure the School of Public Health benefits from your membership.
The University of Minnesota Alumni Association makes it easy for you to tap into a network of half a million alumni around the world and stay connected to the U of M. Alumni can access programs and services offered by the Alumni Association, including career and lifelong learning webinars, professional development resources, and networking and social activities. All of this is possible because of dues-paying members of UMAA. Become a member today and support the Alumni Association’s mission to enrich the lives of all alumni, support student success, and strengthen the University of Minnesota.