Marie Perez

Critical What?! – Teaching media literacy to youth filmmakers

For her practicum, HSPop MPH student Marie Antoinette Perez worked as a research instructor on a documentary film project. Her contribution involved creating lesson plans and giving a series of presentations to the youth filmmakers that covered media literacy and basic research methods.

  • Hannah Hoffmaster: Finding fulfillment from within

    The single parent of a special needs child, Hoffmaster wanted a program with the flexibility to allow her to keep working and take care of her son’s medical needs, and found health informatics and health information management to be a field that would leverage her interest in the health care industry with her experience with…


  • Alison Bradywood and working nurse in protective equipment

    Bradywood reflects upon first year as Washington State Board of Nursing Executive Director

    In May, HSPop Alum Alison Bradywood took over as Executive Director of the Washington State Board of Nursing. She has continued to advocate for nurses and patients in this role, including by drafting the HB 2416: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Title Protection, which Governor Inslee signed into law on April 3rd.


  • Student holds "stop war" sign at protest

    Teaching the intersection of war and public health

    Professors Amy Hagopian and James Pfeiffer aim to increase awareness and advocacy surrounding war as a public health crisis. Their class War and Public Health explores the intersection of public health and the far-reaching effects of war.


HSEED Award and Student Funding

The Health Systems Excellence, Equity, and Distinction (HSEED) Award honors students and helps increase diversity in the field of public health. The HSEED Award is presented annually to students in our degree programs.