At the Indiana University School of Public Health–Bloomington, we are building on our university’s longstanding commitment to strengthening society by helping each person attain vibrant, good health.
Drawing on our school’s roots in the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, we focus on the many dimensions of wellness to not only prevent disease, but also support health-promoting lifestyles, environments, and communities. Because a healthier future begins with the changes we make right now.
We train pioneering public health leaders by granting them access to a comprehensive educational environment that draws from multiple disciplines. We build on a rich legacy of research, teaching, and service that prepares students for the complex local and global issues they’ll tackle throughout their careers.
With the launch of For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign, we have the opportunity to generate the critical private support that’s necessary to continue effecting positive change in our communities. By training new generations of public health professionals, working to advance preventive health, and partnering with local, national, and global leaders to put health first, we will create stronger individuals, communities, and economies.
Together, we can build a healthier Indiana and a better world, for all.