Disease, Pandemics, and Public Health in the United States- NEH-Institute with Stipend!

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Summer Program
June 12, 2023 to June 21, 2023
Ohio, United States
Subject Fields: 
History Education, History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Humanities, Public Health, Teaching and Learning

Are you looking to learn more about the history of public health and disease, and incorporate public health perspectives and content related to disease and pandemics into your history courses?

Are you an instructor/professor who teaches undergraduates in a humanities program at a university, four-year institution, or community college? Or an advanced graduate instructor who wants to get additional pedagogical training before you go on the job market?

If so, you may want to attend our program  Disease, Pandemics, and Public Health in the United States, this June at Ohio State. The program is sponsored by the NEH and is fully stipend-reimbursed.  

We aim to create an interdisciplinary community of historians and health scholars who are teaching undergraduate courses and units on the histories of disease, medicine, and health, especially in the U.S. We are looking to welcome a diverse group of educators to our campus this summer (even Michigan fans).

The deadline for applying is March 3. Check out our website for details and apply here.

Also, please contact pandemicinstitute@osu.edu  or to my email with any questions.


Marian Moser Jones, Program Director


Contact Info: 

Marian Moser Jones, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Associate Professor, Heath Services Management and Policy,

College of Public Health

Associate Professor, Department of History

The Ohio State University









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