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Give to the School of Public Health

The School of Public Health is improving the health of communities through interdisciplinary inquiry, innovative solutions and the development of leaders. Students use faculty as advisers, and each student participates in a practicum that seeks to solve a real-world, health-related problem. Students have conducted epidemiologic studies, assisted in programs/centers of faculty, and served as interns in Texas, the nation and the world.

Funding Priorities

The EpiAssist Program

EpiAssist is a service-learning program that provides surge capacity for local health departments to deal with public health emergencies including hurricanes, tornados, wildfires, and infectious diseases such as Zika and Ebola.

Population Health & Aging

Increased longevity raises new concerns about the quality of Americans’ longer lives. To address these concerns, the Center for Population Health and Aging provides a coordinated focus for research and practice on strategies for understanding and promoting successful aging.

Your gift. Your way.

Gifts allow students, scholars, researchers and former students to make valuable contributions to the world's body of knowledge. Your support allows dreams to become reality and transforms potential into action. Through your support, you can:

  • Create scholarships that attract the best and brightest students
  • Fund translational research programs
  • Provide support for community outreach and educational programs
  • Recruit and retain internationally recognized faculty by supporting their research and teaching

All gifts, regardless of size, are greatly appreciated and are essential to the growth and development of the School of Public Health.

For more information, contact:

Karen Slater

Karen Slater '88

Assistant Vice President for Development
Texas A&M Foundation