New York City is a global city that confronts many of the worlds most serious health problems, yet it also serves as a cradle of public health innovation. At four campuses located in Brooklyn, East Harlem, the Bronx and mid-town Manhattan, the CUNY School of Public Health works to improve the health of the people of New York City and the world.

The School of Public Health is part of the City University of New York (CUNY), which is made up of twenty-four campuses across the five boroughs. Employing the resources of the nation’s largest and most diverse urban university, the school seeks to create new models of public health innovation.

The four consortial campuses – Brooklyn College, Hunter College, Lehman College and The Graduate Center – bring together students and faculty from throughout to engage with practitioners, researchers, activists, community residents and policymakers. While several of the campus programs date back to the 1970s, the consortial School of Public Health was announced in 2006 and accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) in 2011.


The CUNY School of Public Health stands committed to carrying out its mission of innovative teaching, research and service to create and sustain a healthier New York City and to promote equitable, efficient, evidence-based solutions…


When Jonathan Zwiren graduated from Queens College in 2010 with a degree in English and Secondary Education, he had his career mapped out toward becoming a principal. >


A faculty member with the Department of Health & Nutrition Sciences at Brooklyn College since 2002, Betsy Eastwood was part of the founding of the CUNY School of Public Health in 2008 and served as the MPH Brooklyn Campus Director from 2009 to 2011. >


Growing up in Hampton, Va., Danielle Lewis’s decision to pursue public health was crystalized at Eastern Virginia Medical School, where she graduated five years ago. >