Published: June 18, 2020

Two undergraduate Public Health majors (Lisette Martinez and Safa Mechergui), along with graduate student in Health and Behavioral Sciences, Marisa Westbrook, and Chair and Associate Professor Sara Yeatman, recently published, “The Influence of School-Based Health Center Access on High School Graduation: Evidence From Colorado” in the Journal of Adolescent Health. This work to examine the association between the introduction of a school-based health center (SBHC) and high school graduation rates was initially supported with CLAS CRISP funds.