Yale School of Public Health alumni returned to New Haven this month to reconnect with classmates and friends and to learn about a growing network of social entrepreneurship on campus.
YSPH Alumni Rekindle Old Friendships at Annual Reunion, Consider Public Health Challenges Associated with Forced Migrations
Conflict and violence, and the ensuing global mass migration that follows, are the “calling of our time” and require a sustained public health response to alleviate human suffering and disease, said Neal Keny-Guyer, chief executive officer of the global humanitarian organization Mercy Corps.
Alumni, young and old, returned in October to the place where their lives in public health began. For the first time in 13 years, the annual Alumni Day was held at the School of Public Health's main building at 60 College Street where most faculty offices, classrooms and research labs are located.