Oregon State University
Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences holistically addresses health across the lifespan–chronic and infectious disease, injury, obesity, health policy, aging, occupational and environmental health, nutrition, physical activity and lifestyle and behavior.
The college is uniquely positioned to attract world-class faculty and committed students and to educate the next generation of globally-minded public health and human sciences professionals.
As members of a land-grant university, faculty work hand-in-hand with communities across the state to improve urban and rural health.
The college is located in a diverse community of problem-solvers and, through teaching, research and outreach, leads the field in reimagining public health and ensuring the lifelong health and well-being of every person, family and community in Oregon and beyond.