Gamma Mu Chapter : Delta Omega Honorary Society

Delta Omega is the honorary society for graduate students in public health. The society was founded in 1924 at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. There are more than 100 chapters and 20,000 members throughout the world.

Making an Impact Committed to Excellence and Service

Membership in Delta Omega reflects the dedication of an individual to increase the quality of the field as well as to protect and advance the health of all people.

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VIDEO: December 2022 Dean's Colloquium: "Total Worker Health® Strategies for the Future of Work"

As a part of the West Virginia University's School of Public Health's Dean's Colloquium Series, Chia-Chia Chang and Dr. Casey Chosewood, two experts from the CDC National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s Office for Total Worker Health® were invited to share their expertise with the community. Their presentation explored the importance of understanding how work affects an individual’s health and well-being is key to advancing worker safety and overall health.