Since our school's founding in 2012, we have worked each day to improve the health of our community, our state and our nation.
We have developed new degree programs that meet the growing demand for public health education in Indiana. Our practitioners, researchers, students and alumni are developing novel approaches to the opioid epidemic, providing nuanced research on health care and our school is leading a project in partnership with Eli Lilly to improve the prevalence of diabetes in three Indianapolis neighborhoods.
While there is a strong division in our country and state, we know that disease spreads across party lines, and that prevention benefits people of all political persuasions. The underlying needs of our society and the benefits of public health have not changed. What we do matters.