Your connection to our community, and each other, doesn’t end at graduation. Each of you are important members of the public health community. You are shaping public health policy, conducting ground-breaking research, leading innovative public health solutions and shaping the future of public health in Kentucky and beyond.
We believe that your education with us is a lifelong investment. We invite you to stay connected to us, and each other, and all of our college and university alumni resources. You will always belong here.
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Click here to nominate an alum or leader for the Hall of Fame 2023! Nominations will be accepted until Friday, August 11th at 5pm.
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CPH alum Dr. Alex F. Howard is committed to addressing health disparities and fostering equity. This commitment reflects his experiences at CPH, where he developed an appreciation for community-driven interventions.
Watch as UK celebrates its December 2023 graduates Friday, Dec. 15.
From advocating for district health departments to realizing the need for fluoridating drinking water, the late Dr. Millard A. “Doc” Shepherd made a lasting impact on the health of Kentuckians.
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