Pitt Public Health’s One Book, One Community (OBOC) program is a school-wide “communal read” of a single book focused on a topic affecting the field of public health. Alumni, families, and friends are invited to sign up below and read along with students and faculty. You’ll also be invited to participate in a variety of programming during the year, including live and virtual discussions and events.
For a gift of $25, you can underwrite a book and an experience for a current student. Give now.
Mona says there’s a good reason Flint is still on filtered and bottled water (audio)
OBOC author: I helped expose the lead crisis in Flint. Here's what other cities should do.
Water Safety and Lead Regulation: Physicians' Community Health Responsibilities
The Flint Water Crisis and Beyond - resources from APHA
Summer reads from The Nation's Health
Summer Reading at Pitt Public Health
Submit suggestions for this year's One Book, One Community program
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