GSPH Homecoming Day, August 22, 2020
The 2020 Homecoming Day was held on August 22. This event was originally scheduled on the same day as the presentation of the Capstone Project Protocol of current students. In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, both events were held separately online. Fourteen graduates and 11 current students participated in this event, including three graduates from overseas.
The theme of this event was "The role of MPH holders during the COVID-19 pandemic" and AY 2017 graduates, Shahta Zarab Salehin and Miyuki Uchiyama gave presentations on this theme. Under the circumstances of the new coronavirus, there was a lively exchange of information from both graduates and current students.
Thank you very much for your participation and cooperation.
GSPH Homecoming Day, July 14, 2019
GSPH Homecoming Day was held on July 14, Sun. It was the first Homecoming Day since the Graduate School of Public Health was established in 2017.
The alumni who joined the event gave a speech about their campus memories at St. Luke’s, their current work, and a message to the current GSPH students. Some of the current students reported their internship experience, followed by introductions to the updated MPH program and the new DrPH program, which started from April 2019.
Other alumni who could not come also sent videos, photos, and messages to the event. Thank you very much!
Before the Homecoming Day, 24 final year students presented their Capstone Project Protocol plan. Participants including the alumni and the current students actively exchanged questions and ideas.