Make a difference in the world and fulfill much-needed roles in the field of Public Health. Trends fueling the need for more public health professionals include a greater public interest in health promotion and disease prevention, an aging population, and an increase in the number of people retiring from jobs in the public health field.
Meet Our Students
Marina Novaes was inspired to pursue a career in health after a mission trip to El Salvador. Marina's experiences through her sorority, Alpha Sigma Tau, and the peer-education group Campus Advocates for Prevention Education, motivated her to apply (and be accepted into) UML’s Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s Public Health program.
As a well-being coach, Angeline Castillo reaches out to other health sciences students to ease their stress.
Looking back, Jessica Saad doesn’t take for granted how much UMass Lowell —and community health especially— helped prepare her for life outside of college.
For her practicum course experience, Alytah Noum was hired by the Lowell Community Health Center as a community health worker.