The School educates students at the graduate level as they examine local, national and global health challenges. Students have the opportunity to learn from and work with faculty who are renowned researchers in their fields of expertise.
Public and Population Health
Public health and population health both value the well-being of a community.
A message from the co-directors.
Our Strategic Direction
Learn about our Strategic Direction for 2013 – 2018.
Learn more about the School’s Division structure.
Find career opportunities at the School, for our students and graduates.
Find contact information for School.
2008: The School is created by the UBC Senate
2009: The inaugural strategic plan is released
2010: The School moves to own building at 2206 East Mall
2011: The School of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (SOEH) merges with School
2012: Several centres and units, such as Aboriginal Peoples’ Health, the Human Early Learning Partnership, the W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics, and Population Data BC become part of the School.
2014: The Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health is created.
General resources for the School, including a staff directory, policies, forms and procedures, health and safety information, and a list of committees and members.