Erin Pollock

As the Lead, MPH Practice Office,, I facilitate and mentor Master of Public Health students through the attainment and completion of their required practicum placement and support their experiential learning. The development and maintenance of networks and relationships with public health stakeholders is integral to my role, as is understanding and reflecting on current trends and contexts in the field.

Additionally, I instruct the final capping project of the MPH degree - where students support a public health issue using an identified approach and methodology to build a case. I encourage a broader thinking - So what? Who cares? Why should they care? - and a critical lens on the implications to the field.

I also co-Chair the Diversity and Inclusion Action Group at the School.