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Achieving Health Equity and Sustainable Communities

The University of New Mexico College of Population Health is the second of its kind in the United States. Population health uses the framework of integrated health strategies to work collectively with communities to improve their health as well as expand access, quality, and the affordability of healthcare.

What's New at COPH


The College of Population Health invites junior faculty, researchers, and advanced doctoral
students to collaborate with a team in public health and evaluation research and practice.
Opportunities are with the COPH Assessment, Planning & Evaluation Unit, aimed at providing
technical assistance and evaluation to state agencies and community organizations; and
research grants in occupational health & safety and sustainable agriculture

Read about the benefits, eligibility, and requirements 

Your Future Starts Now

We need passionate individuals ready to change the world. Begin your path to population health today.

Take the Next Step

UNM Mask Policy

Masks are required indoors by all individuals, vaccinated and unvaccinated, at all locations on UNM campuses. Bandanas and neck gaiters offer little protection and masks with vents or valves allow virus particles to escape.

Please make sure to select a mask that fits snugly against the sides of your face and under your chin without forming gaps and securely covers your nose and your mouth.




Support COPH

Donate to the College of Population Health Dean's Fund