The Health, Life Sciences, and Society Program provides resources and opportunities for students to transcend disciplinary boundaries and to better prepare graduates to address complex problems related to health.

A variety of health-related topics transcend traditional academic disciplines. Topics include, but are not limited to: race-based health disparities, the role of caregivers in tending to those who need assistance, the impact of climate change on health-related issues, the relationships between socio-economic factors and health, the ethical implications of managing health outcomes, and how health is approached in cultures across the globe.

The program welcomes students from all disciplines and levels, and allows students to explore health-related issues from multiple perspectives.