mHealth is short for mobile health, a growing field that takes advantage of mobile communications devices—mostly cell phones—to enhance access to health information and services.
This project, led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR), is designed to build local capacity and document mass atrocities in the ethnic states of Burma.
In an effort to support the career development of our students, the Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative (JHVI) funds student internships at the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations (GAVI) and
Our School awards one-sixth of all public health doctoral degrees worldwide. Africa and other underserved regions need public health professionals to manage their many public health challenges.
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden fosters the conservation of California's native plants through our gardens, scientific research, and education programs, and serves as a role model for sustainable action.
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is rebuilding the Campbell Bridge over Mission Creek, a bridge that was lost in the Jesusita Fire of 2009. We will recapture the look for the original bridge from 1941.
A new Sierra Big Tree round has been donated to the Garden. We need to complete construction of an exhibit to showcase the round at the entrance to the Children's Discovery Garden.
We are a transfer high school, created to reengage over-aged/under-credited youth who are at risk for dropping out, or have already dropped out of high school.
Environmental issues such as loss of biodiversity makes engaging young people in these topics increasingly important for stewarding our critical life-supporting resources.
Sustaining our state’s natural rersources requires an understanding of science, adaptive management, and cooperation among diverse interests groups.