Department of Health Behavior and Health Education engages in department
wide initiative celebrating its core values with students, faculty, staff and alumni.
The Department of Health Behavior and Health Education at the University of Michigan School of Public Health partnered with Project S.N.A.P. on a department wide engagement program that resulted in a 4′ x 6′ mosaic mural on display at the School of Public Health.
Students, faculty, staff, and alumni helped to create the giant mosaic mural which represents how HBHE works together at the root of public health issues to help solve the public health challenges facing families and communities across the country and around the world. The individual artworks in the mosaic reflect the department’s core values and identity.
Every person who created an artwork can find their artwork and exact location in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum.
I think the Department of HBHE works to empower, unite, engage and lead. These concepts are integrated into the HBHE curriculum and student body interests. Go Public Health!
Artwork contributors can find their artwork online in the Project S.N.A.P. Online Art Museum. The Department of Health Behavior and Health Education is grateful to those who generously supported this Community Mosaic Mural Program and to all who contributed artworks