OSU Master of Public Health Program

Improving the health and well-being of rural communities and underserved populations through interdisciplinary education, research, service, and outreach.

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Learn about graduate school at OSU and explore our graduate programs. Participate in small group or one-on-one sessions with faculty and program staff to get your questions answered.
View the schedule of events for the Graduate College 2021 Virtual Recruitment Fair at our website. You are not obligated to stay all day and are able to come and go as needed to work around your busy schedules.
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Job Opportunity at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)!

CDC's Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention has multiple openings for Mathematical Statistician GS-12/13 positions. These positions are open to both internal and external candidates (see link below), and they close on August 25, 2021.

Statisticians in the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) collaborate and consult on diverse projects related to preventing new HIV infections and reducing the incidence of HIV-related illness and death. Projects involve the application of statistical methods in a broad spectrum of public health and science areas, including epidemiology, surveillance, behavioral sciences, laboratory studies, and program evaluation.

Duties include:
• Serve as program technical advisor developing methods and selecting techniques to conduct methodological research to improve sample surveys or experimental designs.
• Design, develop, and apply mathematical techniques to statistical research related to methodology used in research, and evaluate the results.
• Provide advice and assistance for statistical projects or studies that are new or significant departures from the relationships established in previous problems, studies, or investigations, causing outcomes that are usually original in nature.
• Communicate information to various audiences.
• Write statistical and analytic reports from major studies and continuing projects; and disseminates results of research projects in a wide range of venues including manuscripts, and special reports.



A great opportunity for current MPH students.

Rural health Projects, Inc./NwAHEC (Northwest Area Health Education Center) is searching for a MPH candidate who will work by contract on implementing a program to address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in 12 counties in northwest Oklahoma. The contractor will develop and maintain a vaccine promotion campaign which will target low socioeconomic, minority, and other individuals in rural northwest Oklahoma. On-site meetings may be required but remote work can be arranged. Candidate must have familiarity with media campaigns, ad purchases, social media marketing, etc.

This is a contract position for services. The contract amount of $10,000 will be paid over the course of approximately one year, with an expected average of 8-10 hours per week devoted to the project; more time may be needed at the beginning of the project and tapering off toward the end of the year. The position will begin immediately and will end on or before July 31, 2022.

Contractor must have ability to travel to Enid, Oklahoma as needed for meetings as needed, not to exceed 12 meetings during the course of the contract. Contractor must have reliable computer and internet connection. This is a contract position and no benefits will be provided.

Applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Allison Seigars, Executive Director, at agseigars @ nwosu.edu

Photos from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's post 06/16/2021

Oklahoma Tribal Engagement Partners is seeking applications for a Community Nutrition Educator.

More info at: https://oktep.com/careers/


Hi everyone! My name is Madison Snitker (she/her/hers) and I am a recent graduate of the Community and Behavioral Health MPH program at the University of Iowa College of Public Health. This week I will be taking over the social media to talk about Pride within public health and advancing health equity for LGBTQ+ folk. As June is , it is important to have conversations about issues of health inequity within the LGBTQ+ community and highlight important programs and resources which are breaking down systemic and social barriers to care!



Syringe Service Programs (SSP) decrease rates of HCV and HIV by 55% while increasing access to health care, HIV, and HCV testing.
Do you want a SSP in your community? Direct message us; we are building a coalition of providers in the state and we want YOU to be apart of it!

In solidarity,
The Oklahoma Harm Reduction Alliance


Today marks the 51st celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month, celebrated each year in the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan.

We honor those who have fought for equal rights to ensure that every person is free to live their life openly. We also celebrate the many achievements for the LGBTQ+ community towards this endeavor but recognize there is still much work to be done. Many in the LGBTQ+ community across the world experience lack of “fundamental rights and dignity in hospitals, schools, public accommodations, and other spaces.” ()

- 42% of LGBTQ youth, including more than half of transgender and nonbinary youth, seriously considered attempting su***de in the past year. Yet nearly half could not access the mental health care they desired. ()

- So far in 2021, at least 27 trans people have been killed due to violence in the US. ()

- There are 69 countries that have laws that criminalize homos*xuality. ()

- The United States and many other countries have restrictions on blood donations by gay and bis*xual men. ()

- 250 anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced in US state legislatures in 2021, states have enacted more anti-LGBTQ laws this year than in the last three years combined. ()

stands with those in the fight to ensure that every person is free to live their life openly. We will continue to use our voice to stand for improved health for everyone, everywhere.

Visit the link in our bio for the Human Rights Campaign’s tools for equality and inclusion.


UPDATED CDC GUIDANCE: If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you can resume activities that you did before the pandemic without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, including local business and workplace guidance. Learn more: bit.ly/3btJaFU

If you haven't received a COVID-19 vaccine, get one as soon as you can: vaccinate918.com


Build up your resume with OBI and make a life-saving difference!! Trust me, you do not want to pass up this great opportunity!!

Strides Against HIV/AIDS In The U.S. Falter As Resources Diverted To Fight COVID-19 04/25/2021

Delays in HIV testing and treatment caused by the shift to address COVID-19 have derailed our best efforts at ending the HIV epidemic. Communities of color and Southern states are likely to continue to carry a disproportionate burden of new HIV cases.


Strides Against HIV/AIDS In The U.S. Falter As Resources Diverted To Fight COVID-19 Experts fear steep declines in testing and diagnoses mean more people will contract HIV and die of AIDS. The problem is particularly acute in the South, the epicenter of the nation's HIV crisis.

Timeline photos 04/25/2021

📣 Apply for our Summer 2021 Internship Program Today! 🌞

We are so excited to welcome a new cohort of Native interns this summer! If you identify as American Indian or Alaska Native and are interested in exploring public health careers and Indigenous research methods, this program is for you!

Our 12-week program seeks to foster and affirm the knowledge and identities of the next generation of Indigenous public health professionals. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by Friday, May 14, 2021.

To learn more and apply, please visit https://loom.ly/ql0W_e0


Today starts World Immunization Week!

Vaccines will help us end the COVID-19 pandemic so we can finally be closer to each other again.

Vaccines work to bring us closer.


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Bring your unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs for safe and proper disposal to any of the below locations on Saturday, April 24th, from 10am-2pm:

▪️The M.E.T. Recycling Center, 3495 S.
Sheridan Rd, Tulsa
▪️Reasors, 3915 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa
▪️Reasors, 1116 S. Memorial Dr., Tulsa
▪️Sand Springs Police Department, 602 W. Morrow Rd, Sand Springs
▪️Tulsa Promenade, 4107 S. Yale Ave., Tulsa
▪️Walgreens, 6605 E. 71st St., Tulsa
▪️Walgreens, 2323 W. Edison St., Tulsa

Please call 918-595-4475 with questions or for more information.

Timeline photos 04/11/2021

In places where public health authority is strong, communities see lower rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths. When people trust public health leaders and their health providers, they achieve better health outcomes. Funding a robust public health workforce supports strong programs to protect communities and help people get and stay healthy physically and mentally. Those who have been unable to do their jobs from home have been at higher risk during the pandemic, placing physical, mental, and financial strain on millions of individuals. Protect essential workers by following CDC guidelines: stay home as much as possible, wash your hands or use hand sanitizer, wear a mask, social distance, and get vaccinated. Although National Public Health Week is coming to a close, we will continue to prioritize and elevate public health every day. Share with us in the comments what you do to promote public health in your communities!


1 in 5 new HIV diagnoses occurs in young people ages 13-24. This National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day, learn why investing in youth health and education is critical to ending HIV:https://go.usa.gov/xsbyA

Timeline photos 04/07/2021

Community encompasses every aspect of our lives. Where we live, work, and learn has an enormous impact on our health and well-being, and local public health spending is essential for uplifting the health of our communities. Engage your community leaders and organizers on public health topics and support the work they’re doing to create change. The pandemic has shown us the importance of building up a sense of community and leaning on fellow community members for support. By investing in the public health of your local communities and strengthening social networks and connections, we can help improve the health of everyone, everywhere. http://www.nphw.org/NPHW-2021/Strengthening-Community

www.nphw.org 04/06/2021

It is National Public Health Week

Building Bridges to Better Health
We may be physically distant from each other, but now it’s more important than ever to come together. That’s why our 2021 theme is “Building Bridges to Better Health.”

Making communities safe and healthy is public health’s top priority. COVID-19 has made that even more important. Even though we won’t gather in person, social media and virtual platforms make it easier than ever for us to connect, create and take action.


www.nphw.org We may be physically distant from each other, but now it’s more important than ever to come together. That’s why our 2021 theme is “Building Bridges to Better Health.”

Timeline photos 03/31/2021

OSDH is seeking a full-time Adult Immunization Coordinator providing support to Immunization Services. Learn more and apply: http://ow.ly/6F1M50E3RzS

Trusted Adult Workshop - Amplify 03/30/2021

MPH student Taje Jackson is working with Amplify Youth Health Collective to host a series of workshops. Please share within your networks!

Let’s Talk! Did you know parents and guardians are the first and primary s*xuality educators for their children?
Research shows when parents, guardians, and trusted adults talk consistently, openly, and honestly with young people about s*xual health, young people are more likely to make healthy decisions about relationships and s*x.

This four-session workshop, made possible by the Albert G. Schweitzer Fellowship & Amplify Youth Health Collective, will equip parents & trusted adults with the knowledge and skills to approach s*xual health conversations with confidence and care!
This workshop is provided at no-cost to any parent or trusted adult seeking to support their young person in making healthy choices – now and in the future.

Session 1 begins on Monday 4/5/2021 at 6:30pm.
Participants must register in advance. https://amplifytulsa.org/events/trusted-adult-workshop/

Trusted Adult Workshop - Amplify This four-session workshop will equip parents & trusted adults with the knowledge and skills to approach s*xual health conversations with confidence and care!

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