Undergraduate Public Health SGA

The Undergraduate Student Government facilitates and encourages the interests and activities of all undergraduate students in Newcomb-Tulane college. The group plans roundtable discussions, social activities, fundraisers, and Public Health Week–a celebration of public health including information on staying healthy, food, guest speakers, and activities. PHUSG works to better the public health experience on campus and supports Tulane USG. Interested students may apply and go through an interview process for the following positions:  freshmen representative, junior representative, senior representative, events chair, communications chair, and alumni chair.

For more information, email Julie Cornfield or Sahil Inaganti


August 2020


Apply Here

Contact President Julie Cornfield(jcornfield@tulane.edu) and/or Vice President Sahil Inaganti(Sinaganti@tulane.edu) with any questions.

Health Equity Fellowship

The School of Public Health’s Undergraduate Student Government is excited to introduce the Health Equity Fellowship, a semester-long program for freshmen intended to develop leaders in public health. As part of a selective cohort, Health Equity Fellows will learn the skills and knowledge necessary to make positive, meaningful change in the field of public health, complementing the instruction they receive in the classroom. Health Equity Fellows will attend weekly meetings focused on a diverse array of topics including community organizing, racism and public health, and professional skills and hear from professors and public health professionals. This program is open to all students, regardless of majors.

Apply by September 10, 2020

Feel free to contact sinaganti@tulane.edu or mnarahari@tulane.edu with any questions!


April 2020

Healthcare In The 2020 Election With Mollye Demosthenidy


March 2020

Alumni Mixer

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Public Health Sophomore Major Declaration Celebration

Networking Prep

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Public Health Explained