Grace C. Rollins School of Public Health


 


The Rollins School of Public Health Curriculum Committee

The purpose of the Curriculum Committee of the School of Public Health is to initiate, develop, establish, and interpret standards pertaining to the curriculum of the Master of Public Health (MPH) or Master of Science in Public Health programs (MSPH), review, evaluate, and consider the status of new and ongoing academic course offerings of the degree programs, and periodically review, revise, and propose standards and guidelines for academic programs, the curriculum and student performance. The committee also convenes, as needed, to advise the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs on actions pertaining to student performance, academic exclusion, application of rules, academic probation, etc. and to consider student appeals or grievances pertaining to actions taken by faculty or academic administrators in response to students’ academic performance.

Committee members include the ex-officio Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, the ex-officio Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, a faculty representative from each department, the Director of the Career Master of Public Health (CMPH) Program or designate, one representative each from the schools that have dual degree programs, one Assistant Director for Academic Programs (ADAP) from each department and the CMPH Program, and one student representative.

For more information, see the Curriculum Committee Handbook, or contact Executive Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Richard Levinson at rlevins@sph.emory.edu, or at 7-7703.

Models of Excellence Lecture Series

The Models of Excellence lecture series is designed to teach participants about successful teaching, leadership, and practice models to enhance their curriculum; to demonstrate successful models of surveillance and evaluation used within Emory and the public health community; and, to introduce participants to leadership models that can be used to strengthen their own leadership skills and those of their students. The lecture series is aimed at faculty within the Schools of Public Health, Medicine and Nursing.

Center for Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning (CETTL)

The Center for Excellence in Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning provides resources for faculty in the School of Public Health’s Career Master of Public Health (CMPH) program. Resources include information about and examples of learning games, student assessments, teaching assessments, teaching with case studies, articles concerning technology-enhanced and distance teaching and learning, research articles, web links, teaching strategies, an online manual for designing web-based courses, syllabi, and Blackboard content, and resources for faculty professional development.

Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library provides services and resources for Emory University’s Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health. The library holds over 250,000 volumes, 1,800 print and online periodicals, electronic classrooms, and a computer lab. Librarians and staff provide assistance with clinical librarianship, document delivery, reference consultation, curriculum support services, and classes in the use of information resources. The Health Sciences Library also maintains an Emory University Hospital branch and a Grady Memorial Hospital branch, as well as providing a house staff and medical student learning center in Grady Hospital, with 24-hour access to health sciences literature. For more information on the Health Sciences Center Library, please call 7-8727 or contact your library departmental liaison.

 

 

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