Building Broader Communities

April 10, 2015

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#StartsWithYOU

Every year, the first full week of April is National Public Health Week. National Public Health week is a time to recognize the contributions of public health as well as the issues that we need to fix in order to improve our country.

One theme of National Public Health Week is “Building Broader Communities”. This theme is about working together to make our country the healthiest nation in one generation.

When it comes to public health, many different partnerships are needed. Public health doesn’t only involve public health officials, but it involves everyone who impacts our health, from city planners to professors. Public Health #StartsWithYOU

Just like in public health, we as a campus community need to work together to improve our overall well-being.

That’s why it’s important to get involved any way you can:

  • Clubs
  • Internship
  • Job
  • Hall Council

The Wildcat Link is a great way to learn about UNH’s many organizations and events. It takes all of us to make change happen. It #Starts With YOU. 

 For more information on National Public Health Week, click here and follow conversations at #NPHW on Twitter and Facebook

 

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