Brown to offer global public health master’s degree

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Caroline Kuo, right, works with a team studying the family dynamics of the HIV epidemic in South Africa. The country is one of many field sites where students in the Global Public Health master’s degree program can gain field experience. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/ANDREW NAYSMITH,
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Caroline Kuo, right, works with a team studying the family dynamics of the HIV epidemic in South Africa. The country is one of many field sites where students in the Global Public Health master’s degree program can gain field experience. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY/ANDREW NAYSMITH
PROVIDENCE - Brown University's School of Public Health will offer a two-year master's degree in global public health beginning in the fall 2018 academic term, according to a Monday statement by the Ivy League school. School of Public Health graduate program director, Abigail Harrison, said in prepared remarks, "Global public health at Brown specifically will attract…

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