Center For Public Health
What We Do
|We educate and train public health leaders and practitioners, foster multi-disciplinary collaboration, and promote excellence in public health research and community partnerships.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Public Health mission is to educate and train public health leaders and practitioners, foster multi-disciplinary collaboration, and promote excellence in public health research and community partnerships.
Our Current Work
2023 Annual Report
We are excited to announce of release of the 2023 Penn Center for Public Health Annual Report.
In 2023, the Penn Center for Public Health took important strides towards our aspirational goals. This annual report highlights our progress and describes some key initiatives.More Info
On October 31ST 2023, the Penn Center for Public Health in partnership with Penn Libraries hosted Tracie Hall for an in-person seminar. Tracie Hall’s talk was titled “Access Matters: A conversation with Tracie Hall on the public health impacts of book censorship”View the recap here
Public Health Pipeline Plus
The Public Health Pipeline Plus program is a longitudinal summer internship for high school students, facilitated by the Center for Public Health and the Netter Center for Community Partnerships. This program allows Philadelphia high school students interested in health related careers to expand their knowledge in Public Health through classroom learning and fieldwork activities.More Info
Seminar series 2023-2024
On October 31 in collaboration with Penn Libraries, the Penn Center for Public Health Seminar Series hosted Tracie Hall, the former Executive Director of the American Library Association.
In her talk, “Access Matters: A conversation with Tracie Hall on the Impacts of Book Censorship”, Tracie led a critical discussion on the multifaceted impact of censorship and information access on public health.