University of Evansville

Public Health

Students in UE's public health program learn about issues that impact population health, global health, environmental health, various other issues, preparing them for careers in the growing generation of public health professionals.

Beyond the Classroom

Internship Opportunities

Students may intern at a number of settings, including volunteer agencies, hospitals, local health departments, fitness and wellness centers, and community health clinics. Public health students have interned at:

  • Vanderburgh County Health Department
  • American Red Cross
  • St. Mary's Medical Center
  • Tri-State Food Bank
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Scholar Bowl

Each year, public health students participate at the National Undergraduate Public Health Scholar Bowl in St. Louis, MO. The competition consists of a trivia challenge and case study presentation. This is a great opportunity for students to showcase their public health knowledge and to network with potential graduate schools.

Public Health scholar bowl team with Dr. Patel-Dovlatabadi Public Health scholar bowl team in action during the trivia challenge. Public Health students preparing for the trivia challenge and case study competition.