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Our students are engaged. Experienced. Passionate. They are changemakers committed to making a difference. Read their stories, and think about how you might make your mark as a graduate student in public health.

Joelle Zaslow
I work at Massachusetts General Hospital as the Communication Specialist for its Research Institute. I develop and oversee the Research Institute's communication strategies and tactics. In addition to managing the Research Institute blog and social media channels, I translate complex scientific articles and interviews with researchers into engaging content that's accessible for a wide audience.
Joelle Zaslow
Dana Howe, '16, working with Program Director Sue Gallagher
When I was an undergraduate at Tufts, I studied abroad during the Fall semester of my junior year. When I got back, everything felt different – last time I’d been in classes I was a sophomore, and suddenly it was spring of my junior year. I felt like I needed to start thinking seriously about my goals and next steps for attaining them, so I started looking at the options available at Tufts through the Community Health program. I found the B/MS program online, actually.
Dana Howe
Char Kasprzak
I am the Statistical Data Analyst at Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP), a consumer-focused organization that turns health care data into meaningful information so people can learn about the quality of primary care in our state. As the senior data analyst at our small nonprofit firm, I do everything from data cleaning to working with collaborators to ensure that they understand our data when they use it, to doing statistical analyses and interpreting and writing about the findings.
Char Kasprzak
Masters in Public Health