Colorado School of Public Health at CSU

The Graduate Program in Public Health (GPPH) at Colorado State University (CSU) is a part of the Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH). ColoradoSPH is a collaborative school including three academic institutions, over 200 faculty, and over 500 students across three campuses. The CSU campus currently offers a Master of Public Health in 6 specialty areas, a certificate program, and has approximately 100 graduate students, and over 70 faculty across CSU with appointments in the ColoradoSPH. 

As a tri-campus partnership, ColoradoSPH stands with academic, practice, and community partners nationwide to condemn racism, injustice, and inequity. Racism is a public health crisis, and we are committed to dismantling structural racism. Ableism, ageism, homophobia, misogyny, racism, transphobia, xenophobia, and all other forms of hatred or discrimination will not be tolerated. 

Oct 21, 2021
Full time
Colorado School of Public Health at CSU Fort Collins, CO, USA
The ColoradoSPH at CSU seeks two 9-month non-tenure track Assistant or Associate Professors. This position will receive a faculty appointment in an affiliated CSU department (determined by the candidate’s background and expertise) but will hold full-time responsibility to the Special Academic Unit (SAU), the Graduate Degree Program in Public Health (GDPPH). The GDPPH currently offers graduate training in the field of public health through its Master of Public Health and Certificate in Public Health Sciences programs. Applicants will be considered from individuals with backgrounds in any of the following areas: global health (defined broadly as pertaining to public health issues across the globe, and not just international health), epidemiology, infectious disease, community health, health equity and community based participatory research. We are particularly interested in hiring someone whose work is deeply connected to communities, in order to further Colorado State University’s...