Nestled in the vibrant city of Miami, Florida, is the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work at Florida International University. Stempel College inspires groundbreaking research and education through a nurturing academic environment that influences policy and promotes healthy lives in communities near and far. As a minority-serving institution, we connect a richly diverse community of students with the five major departments of public health in partnership with the disciplines of dietetics and nutrition, social work, and disaster preparedness.
Stempel College’s unique geography at the intersection of the Americas in Miami drives us to solve complicated health and social welfare matters afflicting the most underserved populations. We are home to innovative research programs and federally funded centers powered by faculty, staff, and students dedicated to finding solutions to today’s public health challenges. Our mission is to improve the health, health equity, and wellbeing of local, national, and global populations through education, research, and partnerships that are innovative and transformative.