The department's communication efforts are focused on informing and influencing the public health conversation, with the goal of driving policy that will create conditions for healthier populations. Through department-sponsored publications, websites, social media, and speaking events, we communicate about our own scholarship and facilitate inquiry and action around population health challenges.
A digital forum for an ongoing epidemiology conversation, Epidemiology Matters provides up-to-date resources for trainees and practicing epidemiologists. Learn more about contributing.
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and on LinkedIn to stay up to date on department research, events, and achievements. Tweet using Epidemiology event hashtags during our symposia (#CUESS), grand rounds (#CUEGR), and other events.
Annual reports dating back to 2010 provide a yearly picture of the department’s science, training, impact, and organization.