Penn Public Health: Ways to Engage

2014 flu clinicCPHI is Penn Public Health. We bring together faculty, staff, students and partners from the larger public health community to promote interdisciplinary education, research and practice in public health. The Center was established in 2007 by the Provost's Office.

There are many ways to engage with CPHI – whether you are a Penn faculty, staff member, student or partner academic, government, or community organization. Here’s how:

All Friends of CPHI:
Penn Faculty / Academic Partners (Including Senior and Associate CPHI Fellows):
  • Teaching in the Master of Public Health (MPH) Program or guest lecturing in MPH courses.
  • Advising a MPH student Capstone project and/or providing content advice.
  • Hiring a MPH student as a graduate research assistant (GRA).
  • Partnering on available public health funding opportunities.
  • Applying for a pilot research funding opportunity with CPHI – more information coming soon.
Community-based Organizations (Including Adjunct CPHI Fellows):
  • Serving as a student preceptor for the MPH student required fieldwork experience.
  • Participating in a public health career panel – more information coming soon.
  • Presenting a poster for Community Driven Research Day and partnering with Penn faculty and applying for a $10,000 pilot funding opportunity.
  • Attending public health workforce trainings to build skills on evaluation and developing community-academic partnerships.
  • Engaging CPHI in your community-based taskforce or workgroup.
Students and Alumni: