Newsletters and Magazines

The College of Public Health publishes two magazines a year -- Annual Report Magazine in the fall and Impact Research Magazine in the spring. We also distribute e-newsletters for alumni and friends, faculty and staff, students, and public health practitioners. Links to our publications are below.


To submit an item for the newsletters, please visit our newsletter submission page.

Ohio State's College of Public Health Magazine  

Fall/Winter 2018
Ohio State Takes One Health Around the World
Combat to Classroom

Spring/Summer 2018
A Head Start: Taking on Crises Between Classes
A Dose of the Real World

Fall/Winter 2017
From Columbus to Kabul: Improving Reproductive & Sexual Health
Ohio's Opioid Crisis: 'We're All in This Together'

Spring 2016
Addiction Endgame
Preschoolers Who Eat Veggies Just as Likely to Eat Junk 

Summer 2015
Supply vs. Demand: A New Day for the War on Drugs
No Tobacco 'till 21

Winter 2015
The World in Our Backyard: Appalachia
Health Impact Assessment Mulls Over Houseing Inpsection Practice
Ebola from the Front Lines

Summer 2014
Growing a culture of research
Doubling of high school athlete concussions|
University's mumps advisory executive team 

Magazine Archives
Annual Report Magazine

2013 Annual Report
The Science Behind the Habit: Ohio State Receives $18.7 Million Federal Grant to Establish Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science
Black raspberries show promise as natural cancer-fighter
Not your parents classroom
3+2 BSPH and MPH combined degree program launched

2012 Annual Report
African Partners: Research, education, community all party of Ohio State collaboration in East Africa
EPA funds study on ensuring safe drinking water in Lake Erie
Jailhouse phone calls reveal when domestic abusers most likely to attack
CPH adds Biomedical Informatics specialization to MS, MPH

2011 Annual Report
Public health researchers study cardiovascular disease
Public Health, Arts and Sciences offer joint PhD program in Biostatistics
CPH expert part of $25M grant for virus-related food-borne illness

2010 Annual Report
Warning system inadequate to prevent swimmers from getting sick at inland lakes
MPH student cultivates bountiful therapeutic garden for patients at Dodd Rehab Hospital
Ohio State's Prevention Research Center asks public to share opinions for video project
Assistant Professor Song Liang studies water in rural villages to understand sources of diseases

Impact Research Magazine

2013 Impact Magazine
Identifying water quality risks in Kenya
Genetic circumstances makes cocaine abuse death more likely
Using biostatistics to search for improved treatments
Undergraduate researcher named Marshall Scholar

2012 Impact Magazine
New research training program uses evidence to compare medical treatments
How population density impacts water-linked diseases
Tobacco use in subsidized housing

2011 Impact Magazine
'Farm to Table' program introduces Veterinary Public Health students to global food systems in South America
Why eligible immigrant children don't enroll in Medicaid
Combating viruses in fruits, vegetables, shellfish

2010 Impact Magazine
College of Public Health researchers lend expertise to new innovation center
Tobacco researchers address needs of vulnerable populations
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds variety of research


About The Ohio State University College of Public Health

The Ohio State University College of Public Health is a leader in educating students, creating new knowledge through research, and improving the livelihoods and well-being of people in Ohio and beyond.  The College’s divisions include biostatistics, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health behavior and health promotion, and health services management and policy.   It is ranked 23rd among all colleges of public health in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report, and also includes the top 7-ranked MHA degree program.  The College provides leadership and expertise for Ohio and the world through its Center for Health Outcomes, Policy and Evaluation Studies (HOPES), Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP), and Center for the Advancement of Tobacco Science (CATS).