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The College of Public Health (CPH) alumni make up an important community of professionals whose career roots were planted at Temple but whose expertise and influence are now spanning the globe. 

Join the College of Public Health's Alumni Association

The College of Public Health Alumni Association's (CPHAA) mission is to create a meaningful partnership between CPH alumni and the college. CPHAA members serve as ambassadors, unite alumni through communication, and are engaged participants in CPH and university initiatives. All CPH alumni are lifetime, dues-free members of the alumni association.

The college’s alumni board invites all CPH graduates to deepen their alumni experience by participating in the association at the Diamond Level, which includes special offers and invitations, among other benefits.

Interested? Read more about the College of Public Health Alumni Association.

Meet the Board

CPHAA president Larry I. Rubin graduated magna cum laude from the College of Public Health in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education. He brings more than 30 years of nonprofit leadership experience to this role, having worked at the Association for Adults with Developmental Disabilities and the American Red Cross. To contact Larry Rubin about CPHAA, click here.

Click here to learn more about all of our CPHAA board members.

Stay Connected

Update your contact information and we'll keep you up to date with special alumni events and how CPH and its alumni association are working to engage alumni and expand alumni connections. By providing or updating your email address, you’ll receive the college’s bi-monthly alumni newsletter containing alumni news stories, event information and more. 

You have a great story to tell—we want to hear it

You can help future students select one of the many CPH programs by telling us your story. Give us your testimonial about why you chose your profession, why you chose Temple, and how your career impacts others. Have you won a grant, fellowship, national award in your field, landed a new job, pursued an additional degree, or have any other news that your fellow Owls would enjoy hearing about? Send us an email to tell us all about it.

Support your Alma Mater

At our college, we see public health as a transdisciplinary approach to understanding the factors that shape the health of individuals and populations—as well as the ways in which those factors affect the design of healthcare and its delivery to individuals. Across 17 disciplines and 51 programs, we are advancing the cutting edge of inter-professional research and education, giving your alma mater increased visibility and national ranking that make your credentials more visible and valuable. You can give back by making a donation to the CPH Development Fund or one of our many named Scholarship Funds supporting students and faculty research projects, or through a variety of Major Gift and Planned Giving Opportunities such as bequests, securities, specialized trusts, and more. For additional information, visit our Giving page or contact the CPH Development Office. When you choose to support your alma mater, you are ensuring that future generations of students experience the educational excellence that defines Temple University.

Connect with Students, Both present and future

Stay tuned for details about our networking initiatives and ways you can get involved as alumni. Temple University has many regional and local alumni events throughout the year. Visit this page to see a full list of all the Temple Alumni events throughout the year. We hope you can make it to one in your area. Go Owls!

We thank you for your support and hope to see you on campus at one of our future events.

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