Welcome to The Vector Newsletter: Admitted Student Edition!

This newsletter is sent to students who have been admitted to the University of Michigan School of Public Health. We know that there is a lot to think about as you consider graduate school. You can expect to receive The Vector every couple of weeks, and we hope it will serve as a one-stop shop for helpful resources, important dates, and reminders. Our admitted student webpage is another great resource.

The Vector is composed by Michigan Public Health’s Office for Student Engagement and Practice (OSEP). You may have interacted with the OSEP team as a prospective student. OSEP also manages many current student support services including student life and academic support.
Admitted graduate residential students, we want to know what you think!
We have a few questions about your application experience and future plans. Each year, we actively use feedback to constantly improve our internal processes and provide students with the best possible service. 
 
 
If you have questions about the survey or difficulties with the link, please do not hesitate to reach out to sph-inquiries@umich.edu.
Reminder: Confirm Your Enrollment by April 15

As a reminder, the April 15 decision deadline is quickly approaching. To confirm your enrollment for Fall 2022, log into your Wolverine Access account and follow the steps outlined in your admissions letter. Please note that for most programs, enrollment is not complete until your non-refundable enrollment deposit is also submitted. 
 
If you are interested in seeking a decision extension or exploring deferral options, you should reach out to your department program coordinator.
Recordings from the School of Public Health Admitted Graduate Student Experience
For those of you who were able to participate in our Admitted Graduate Student Experience events, thank you for your time and engagement. We hope that you enjoyed learning more about your admitting department and the School of Public Health community. If you were unable to attend or would like to review any of the content presented in these sessions, please view the recordings below and reach out to us if you have any questions.
All-School Welcome
 
Department Sessions
 
Population and Health Sciences (Online) will hold their admitted graduate student experience event on Thursday, March 31 at 7:00pm ET. If you have not registered yet you can do so here.
 
For questions related to the virtual session hosted by your admitting department or program, please email your department program coordinator. Additional information can also be found on our Admitted Student Webpage.
More Opportunities for Admitted Students

Join additional upcoming virtual sessions to learn more about life as a student at Michigan Public Health. Questions regarding these initiatives can be directed to the Recruitment and Admissions Team.

  • Your Journey Begins Here: A current student perspective on life at Michigan Public Health
  • Wednesday, March 30 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm ET | Register Here
  • Health Disparities in Youth Gun Violence: Multilevel School Climate Intervention | Friday, April 1 from 11:00am - Noon ET | Register Here
  • Featuring Justin Heinze, Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Trying Out the Online Master’s Classroom (Population and Health Sciences admitted students only) | Tuesday, April 5, 2022 from 7:00 - 7:45 pm ET | Register Here

Let us introduce you to a current student! 
Sign up today to be matched with a Michigan Public Health current student via email. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn first hand about the experience and passion our community has for making the world a better place.
Student Experience
Global Public Health
At Michigan Public Health, you can broaden your program of study to include global issues and learn how to promote healthy equity, human rights, and social and environmental justice in a global context. Join our mission in building critical public health infrastructure and in implementing high-impact solutions to our world's most pressing health issues.

Students can explore global public health through classes and academic programs, global internships, and by collaborating with our faculty who are doing global public health work in over 70 countries.
Resources at Michigan Public Health

Learn About the Vast Network Waiting to Support You
Academic Department and Program Support
All of our academic departments and programs have Program Coordinators whose doors (or Zoom rooms) are always open to answer questions and guide students through scheduling the right courses, finding tutors for challenging classes, navigating internships and career preparation, and more. In addition to these designated program coordinators, our world-class faculty members act not only as teachers, but as mentors to our students as they pursue their passions.

Office for Student Engagement and Support
The Office for Student Engagement and Practice (OSEP) consists of several units that collectively support Michigan Public Health students in all aspects of their academic journey. They are especially focused on enhancing your education with career development, student life, mental health and well-being resources, public health practice opportunities, help navigating your coursework, communications, and programming. The OSEP team is a great resource to help you achieve your goals both personally and professionally.

Student Communities
Our diverse and compassionate students act as a vital piece of your support network at Michigan Public Health. A multitude of student communities exist to ease your transition to being a graduate student, help you explore your passions, and develop a greater sense of community.
We Are Michigan Public Health

Get to know our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Featuring Geremy Lowe, Master's Student, Online Population and Health Sciences

Featuring Lisa Bowers, MHSA '98, Chief Commercial Officer for Day One Biopharmaceuticals
Getting to Know Michigan

One of the best parts of living in Ann Arbor is you have the world at your feet. Living in Ann Arbor gives you quick access to an international airport as well as some of the most beautiful and exciting major cities, sights, and national parks in the country.
Visit exciting cities within driving distance
Explore beautiful places within the state
We're Here to Help

We hope you have found this information to be helpful. If you have questions, our Recruitment and Admissions Team can be reached at sph-inquiries@umich.edu at any time to help you navigate the steps to pursue a degree from Michigan Public Health.
 
In addition, the Program Coordinator from your admitting department/program is also here to support you throughout the process.

Did you miss a previous issue of The Vector: Admitted Student Edition? No problem! Catch up on the previous version below.
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