Improving the health of the poor, the underserved, and people of color must remain the highest priority for public health for the coming decades if we are to assure the best health for the population as a whole. Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy is an essential tool for the achievement of one of the major goals of public health - to eliminate health disparities. Our focus is to train highly qualified professionals in promoting the health of poor, urban, and underserved communities. Prospective students, faculty and supporters are encouraged to contact us and visit. The rewards for joining this effort to improve the health of the least healthy will be splendid and long lasting.

Kim Dobson Sydnor, PhD

Dean, School of Community Health and Policy