Public health is more visible than ever before, and we, at the Brown University School of Public Health, are meeting this moment with leadership, skill and compassion.
At Brown you will receive a highly customized, highly personalized educational experience. Our students work closely with faculty who are on the cutting edge of public health research. In our collaborative, supportive learning environment, faculty value students’ curiosity and ambitions, and are dedicated to their success.
The Brown University School of Public Health is home to 14 innovative research centers that focus on such pressing issues as health equity, substance use, pandemic preparedness, environmental health, and gerontology.
Our home city of Providence—Rhode Island’s capital—is an ideal setting in which to learn and practice public health. Our students have opportunities to collaborate with policymakers, community advocates, nonprofit institutions, and more. Brown students are actively engaged in impactful community programs that address concerns ranging from climate change and food insecurity to aging and violence prevention.
Building an inclusive environment is central to the Brown University School of Public Health mission, and we celebrate the diversity and dedication of our students. As educators, we want to prepare you, the next generation of public health leaders, to address the health needs of all communities around the world.