National Public Health Week

To celebrate National Public Health Week, the WVU School of Public Health will host a series of in-person and virtual events to highlight daily themes and elevate important public health issues.

During the first full week of April each year, the American Public Health Association brings together communities across the United States to observe National Public Health Week. NPHW is an important time, dedicated to recognizing the contributions of public health and highlighting issues that are important to improving our nation's health.

Join the School of Public Health as it recognizes its Community Partners and sheds light on important issues shaped by NPHW's daily themes: community; violence prevention; reproductive and sexual health; and mental health. 

Community Resource Fair and Partner Recognition Event

Pylons Commons - Health Sciences Center (North)

Gun Violence Prevention Forum

Room 1909 - Health Sciences Center (North) Online: Zoom

Coffee, Consent, and Condoms: A Student-Facilitated Panel

Room 1909 - Health Sciences Center (North) Online: Zoom

Refresh & Recharge Mini Retreat

School of Public Health Computer Lab/Student Lounge - Health Sciences Center (South)