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The School of Public Health is improving the health of communities through interdisciplinary inquiry, innovative solutions and the development of leaders. Students use faculty as advisers, and each student participates in a practicum that seeks to solve a real-world, health-related problem. Students have conducted epidemiologic studies, assisted in programs/centers of faculty, and served as interns in Texas, the nation and the world. The college has been ranked among the top 25 best graduate schools for public health by U.S. News & World Report since 2008, and consistently ranks in the top five in student body diversity.

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Public Health Prowess

EpiAssist, a program in the Texas A&M School of Public Health, provides much-needed disaster and emergency preparedness services to local, regional and state health departments.

To support the School of Public Health and learn about endowment opportunities, contact Karen Slater.

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Karen Slater ’88

Interim Assistant Vice President for Development
Texas A&M Foundation
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 436-9108

Karen is Interim Assistant Vice President for Development for the School of Public Health. She identifies, evaluates, cultivates, solicits and provides donor relations support of major gift donors to achieve the major gift fundraising goals for the School. Karen joined the Foundation in September 2016.