Graduate Programs

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Having Nothing to Lose, Jumping in as an International Student with Chandramukhi Thakkar

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This week on the Victors in Grad School podcast we are joined by Chandramukhi Thakkar. Chandramukhi is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan-Flint’s Masters in Public Health. As an international student attending the University of Michigan-Flint Chandramukhi had to learn a lot about being a student in the United States and she shares

Graduate Student Internship – UM-Flint MPH program

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Blog By Shirley-Ann Osei Onomah Two years of a program is actually much shorter than you’d like to think. For some, the thought of moving up the corporate ladder with their newly earned qualification is extremely exciting, whereas for the rest of the populace with no idea how or where to proceed, the concluding days

From Heart Failure to Home – MPH

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In 2009 Amy suffered an unexpected sudden cardiac arrest. Eight years later she’s excelling in UM-Flint’s Master of Public Health. Read Amy’s story below… On March 19, 2009, I suffered an unexpected Sudden Cardia Arrest that changed my life forever. This led me to need a heart transplant; I was transplanted with a new heart on

Public Health: dynamic, diverse & booming!

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Grad Blog by Pranita Sharma, Public Health student “Public Health is a dynamic, diverse, and booming field. Many students are interested in pursuing a degree in Public Health these days from all over the world.”   I have been with MPH program at UM-Flint for two years and I would like to share some of