Congratulations to all of the School of Population and Public Health’s (SPPH) Fall graduates!
Fifty seven students had degrees conferred today, including two in the Master of Science in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene program, sixteen in the Master of Health Science program, three in the doctoral program, five in the Master of Science in Population and Public Health program, 25 in the Master of Health Administration program and six in the Master of Public Health program.
SPPH co-director Professor Chris Lovato congratulated the graduates, highlighting award winners such as doctoral graduate Dr. Joseph Puyat, who won a CIHR Banting and Best Canada Graduate Scholarship.
“You have come to SPPH and learned things with your mind. The real power will come when you connect your mind with your heart to make a difference in the world.”
SPPH co-director Professor Chris Lovato
Master of Public Health program director Professor Amee Manges reminded graduates that they would always have a home at SPPH.
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Congratulations to our graduates on the culmination of all their hard work!