Resources for Alumni

Alumni are critical partners in the success of the Colorado School of Public Health. As an alumnus/a, we invite you to remain a part of our community long after you leave the classroom. Your experiences provide insight for future and current students, add value to our programs, and enhance the quality of the public health workforce. Consider becoming an active member of our alumni community by volunteering as a preceptor, joining us for networking and learning events, and more.

Student and alumni news

Whether you have traveled across the world to promote health and prevent disease, or committed your time to a local community, let us and your fellow alumni know what you are up to. Have news or updates to share? Please contact us.

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    Community-based programs work with local refugees to improve health

    Oct 4, 2023
    Ethan Tietze's work with the Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center has contributed to adapting two well-established programs to fit the needs of refugees: Text2LiveHealthy and the Culture of Wellness in Preschools. The initiatives encourage kids and adults to improve and maintain their health by making basic but effective lifestyle changes, such as eating more fruits and vegetables, drinking water instead of sugary drinks, and staying active.
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    Mapping mass shootings in the United States

    Jul 26, 2023
    Leslie Barnard, a DrPH candidate in epidemiology, wanted to find answers to address public concerns about the rise in mass shootings from a public health perspective. Barnard worked with CU collaborators to analyze data from 2014–22 and calculate cumulative incidence rates of mass shooting event types based on incident characteristics.
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    Edible bugs for healthier and greener future: Master of Public Health student's capstone sheds light on sustainable food systems

    Jun 14, 2023
    While up to 80% of the world's nations eat insects regularly, many still get squeamish at the idea. Shaylee Warner, a recent graduate from the Colorado School of Public Health at Colorado State University, focused her capstone research on how edible insect practices can provide a sustainable approach to addressing food insecurity stemming from climate change.
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