The recent “Teaching Public Health” symposium at the Boston University School of Public Health focused on the ways in which higher education could reinvent itself to remain relevant. The event featured nine sessions and 37 speakers and panelists, including deans, faculty, public health organizations leaders, and academic journal editors. WVU's Linda Alexander, Senior Associate Dean for Academic, Student and Faculty Affairs, in the School of Public Health, shared her expertise on the Diversity and Inclusion panel. Visit the Boston University website for complete coverage and video of the sessions.