Published Research


October 24, 2020

FIRST-DESTINATION OUTCOMES FOR 2015-2018 PUBLIC HEALTH GRADUATES: FOCUS ON EMPLOYMENT

ASPPH, along with colleagues from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences, and University of Minnesota School of Public Health, conducted this first broad-based study of over 53,000 public health graduates[...]

American Journal of Public Health


January 12, 2023

RACIAL AND ETHNIC COMPOSITION OF STUDENTS, GRADUATES, AND FACULTY IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES, 2011 TO 2021

Led by colleagues from the New York University School of Global Public Health and the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, ASPPH analyzed 2011 and 2021 data on students, graduates, and faculty to compare changes in the racial and[...]

Environmental Health Insights


September 19, 2018

CHARACTERIZING THE GROWTH OF THE UNDERGRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH MAJOR: U.S. 1992-2012

ASPPH, along with the de Beaumont Foundation, conducted research that improves the understanding of trends in public health undergraduate training. Using data from the National Center for Education Statistics, the researchers documented the growth from 1992-2012.

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Public Health Reports


September 19, 2018

TRENDS IN THE CONFERRAL OF GRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH DEGREES: A TRIANGULATED APPROACH

ASPPH, along with partners the de Beaumont Foundation and JP Leider Research & Consulting, LLC, conducted research that presents the first estimates of total U.S. public health degree conferrals at the master’s and doctoral levels. Merging data from ASPPH and the[...]

Public Health Reports


November 20, 2019

RACIAL/ETHNIC DIVERSITY IN ACADEMIC PUBLIC HEALTH: 20-YEAR UPDATE

ASPPH and New York University School of Global Health assessed data on the racial/ethnic makeup of student, graduate, and faculty populations within ASPPH-member institutions during 2016 to 2017 and how over the past 20 years these data have changed. 

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Public Health Reports