College Releases New Issue of SoJust Magazine

In its second issue, SoJust, the College for Public Health and Social Justice's alumni magazine, features student service events, faculty research and a Q&A with the incoming head of the Department of Health Management and Policy.

The cover image of the magazine features participants in public health service day volunteering at the Denver Indian Center.

On the cover: Students participated in the public health service day at the Denver Indian Center during the 2016 American Public Health Association annual meeting.

 

New to the Spring 2017 issue are videos featuring Dean Collins Airhihenbuwa, Ph.D., talking about Nigerian naming traditions; a fun look at the student-organized events during National Public Health Week; and Enbal Shacham, Ph.D., talking about her widely disseminated research on Zika, among others.

To view these videos, download the SoJust app:

Then tap "Start" and hold your phone or tablet camera up to any photo where you see the SoJust app icon: Icon in magazine to include stories with video features available through the SoJust app

About the College for Public Health and Social Justice

The Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice is the only academic unit of its kind, studying social, environmental and physical influences that together determine the health and well-being of people and communities. 

It also is the only accredited school or college of public health among nearly 250 Catholic institutions of higher education in the United States. Guided by a mission of social justice and focus on finding innovative and collaborative solutions for complex health problems, the College offers nationally recognized programs in public health, social work, health administration, applied behavior analysis, and criminology and criminal justice.