Rush University Health Sciences Programs

The College of Health Sciences (CHS) would like to extend an invitation to learn more about our programs.  In our college, we seek to prepare superb allied health practitioners, leaders and managers.  In addition to providing 16 outstanding educational programs, …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director Kim Ecenbarger
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APHA 2021 provides in-person, virtual continuing education

BY: Kim Krisberg

 

Continuing education opportunities abound at APHA’s 2021 Annual Meeting and Expo — and some of them are free for registrants.

Whether attending in Denver or …

By School of Public Health Office of Career Services
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Navigating Professional Development When Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life

Deciding to leave active duty and transition to civilian life is often a stressful and difficult decision. Upon transition, military members might have questions about what their next moves should be. Should they go back to school? Venture a new …

By Justin C. Pearson - Vault
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Let Curiosity Be Your Guide in Life and Career

“I wonder…”

Whenever I hear coaching clients start off a sentence with these two words, I feel heartened. It means wheels are turning…intuition is kicking in, and mobilization is in the offing.  It means my clients are curious, and ready to move …

By Caroline Dowd-Higgins
Caroline Dowd-Higgins Career Coach, Author, Speaker
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Role of arts in public health capturing interest: Health programs, community projects tap into creative side

Donya Currie

As a student, physician Sandro Galea took the typical pre-med college coursework, including biology, chemistry, physics and math, leaving little room for creative pursuits.

“I don’t know that I ever …

By School of Public Health Office of Career Services
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Leadership Lessons from 15 Women Founders & CEOs

At the time of writing, women are the CEOs of 41 companies of the Fortune 500; for anyone not looking to do math today, that’s about 8%. And that distressingly low number is actually higher than its ever been. The …

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Student Outcomes Dashboard Launched

Are you interested in knowing where School of Public Health students go after graduating from our programs? The SPH Office of Career Services has launched a new Career Outcomes tool where you can explore the first destinations of our graduates. …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director Kim Ecenbarger
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3 Essential Job-Search Strategies for International Students in 2021

To say the least, the Trump administration didn’t extend a warm welcome to international students at U.S. colleges and universities. Will the Biden administration be more welcoming? Will international students have a better chance of securing H-1B visas? Will they …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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The Top Jobs, Remote Roles, Industries, and Cities for Entry-Level Candidates in 2021

It’s never easy to transition from school to the working world. You have to figure out where you want to live and what you want to do and then find and land a job—all while dealing with a slew of …

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The Fastest Growing Health Care Occupations in 2021 and Beyond

According to a May 2021 Bureau of Labor Statistics report, health care occupations will rise by 15% between 2019 and 2029. The report revealed that health care jobs are growing at a faster rate than any other industry. Approximately 2.4 …

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