Education and Training
The CPHI acts as the organizational home and academic base for Penn’s multi-disciplinary, inter-school Master in Public Health (MPH) degree program, which is one of the first multi-school accredited MPH Programs in the U.S. Learn more about the MPH degree.
Part of CPHI’s mission is to provide high quality professional learning opportunities , seminars and institutes for fellows, students, alumni, faculty, practitioners and community-based. CPHI partners with local and national experts as well as our CPHI Fellows to offer these opportunities year-round.
CPHI Seminar Series: Offering high quality seminars to increase public health knowledge and leadership.
- 2018-2019 Seminar Series: The Year of Why
- Past Series
- Recommend a speaker
- Receive invitations for seminars
Learning Institutes: Educating and training public health students and the professional workforce.
- Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research Institute led by Dr. Rosemary Frasso (Program Director, Jefferson College of Population Health)
- Summer Institute on GIS and Public Health led by Amy Hillier (Director, MS in Social Policy Program & Associate Professor, SP2)
Professional Development: Increasing public health career development and professional growth for students, alumni and the broader public health community.