The Media, Culture, and Communication/Global Public Health (MCC/GPH) combined major bridges the sociological, political, and cultural study of media with public health to develop strategies for improving the conditions of global populations. Identifying solutions to challenges of this scale requires an expert understanding of societal engagement with emerging technologies and transcultural information flows.
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"My time in the MCC/GPH program was essential in making me recognize how media intersects with health outcomes. The program taught me how to be proficient in both media and public health, allowing me to be the best advocate I can be in the digital age."
Alexa Larkin is a recent graduate from the MCC/GPH program. She was the Leader and Content Curator for a Social Justice Book Club, member of the Organization of Black Women and the Black Student Union. She worked to advocate for underserved communities and volunteered regularly at both the Bowery Mission and NYU Hassenfeld's Children's Hospital. Alexa is currently enrolled in a Health Policy & Management master's degree at NYU Langone.
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