The Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion at The Maxwell School at Syracuse University
was established in 2011 with a gift from Sid and Helaine Lerner. 

Our mission is to improve population health through applied research and evaluation, education, engaged service, and advocating for evidence-based policy and practice change. We work in partnership with students, researchers, community organizations, and the public to identify needs, develop programming, and deploy collaborative initiatives.

Celebrate National Public Health Week with Us!


What: National Public Week Luncheon: The Disease of Busyness
When: Monday, April 1, 2019 from 12-1pm                                                                                                           
Where: Syracuse University Schine Student Center, Room 304ABC
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Who: Guest speaker Jaime Weisberg of Northbound Coaching and Consulting
Why: You will learn:

  • how the disease of busyness is detrimental to our work, relationships, and health
  • how we spread the disease of busyness to those with whom we work and live
  • ways we can build resilience against stress and battle the disease of busyness

How: Register for the luncheon by March 25. To request accommodations, contact Mary Kate Lee at by March 25. This event is free and open to the public!