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30 years + Homecoming = A Bullish good time

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SuperBull XVIII is the perfect time to display school spirit and this year’s offerings include something for everyone! Join USF for Once Upon A Homecoming on October 6-11. Partner with colleagues to win the office decorating contest, bring a blanket and the family to “Movie on the Lawn,” roll up your sleeves for “USF Health […]

Alma Hurd, BSC

| Research Financial Team

Units Supported: COPH Dean’s Office Department of Community and Family Health Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center

Anne Gallacher, MA

| Research Administration Team

Oversee services provided by COPH Research Administration including proposal services, award negotiation, award transfers, post award financial management, and financial research compliance. Responsible for a broad range of pre- and post-award activities that relate to research funding. Interfaces with faculty and administrative staff to facilitate grant and contract planning, and program administration. Assists principal investigators […]

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Anniversary tour heads to Chicago

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The #usfcophrocks tour is headed to Chicago for a reception with USF Health deans. Join local alumni for a Bullish good time in recognition of the USF College of Public Health’s 30th anniversary. This event is held in conjunction with the 2014 AAMC Medical Education Meeting. To learn more about this event, contact Jessica at […]

Patrick Gardner, assistant director of the USF PERLC, is prepared with a well-stocked “Go Bag.”

CLPHP presents National Prepareathon Day Sept. 30

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The Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center at the USF College of Public Health is closing out National Preparedness Month with National Prepareathon! Day on Sept. 30. PERLC staff members have updated their personal preparedness plans, refreshed their home emergency kits and checked the contents of their emergency “Go Bags.” Want to join in being […]

These Bulls are bound for the Peace Corps and proudly display their new host country.

Peace Corps volunteers in Africa sworn in, report home

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This summer, a record six COPH students left for training to serve abroad as Peace Corps volunteers. They are completing their service while finalizing their graduate studies and recently participated in their swearing-in ceremonies. In September, COPH received news from two students, Ant Nhy Nguyen and Sierra Petrosky, and both said they are excited and […]

Samantha Haylock, MPH

Circuitous path brings Samantha Haylock back to COPH

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“My interest in public health started with a desire to better understand health care, more specifically health insurance,” said Samantha Haylock, the new assistant director of operations and strategic initiatives at the College of Public Health. “I barely understood what ‘public health’ meant, but I knew I wanted to understand and help people.” Originally from […]

Russell Kirby, PhD, MS

Dr. Russell Kirby adds ACE Board of Counselors to long list of professional appointments

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Dr. Russell Kirby, USF Distinguished Professor and Marrell Endowed Chair in the Department of Community and Family Health at the USF College of Public Health, has been elected to a three-year term on the Board of Counselors for the American College of Epidemiology, a professional organization that is different from most. “It is a member […]

Participants attentively follow Epidemiology and Biostatistics Student Association members Dozie Emechebe and Ramon Pineda (far left) as they guide participants through an introduction to the SAS interface.

Epidemiology and Biostatistics Student Association Launches SAS Workshop Series

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The Epidemiology and Biostatistics Student Association recently hosted two workshops based on the Statistical Analysis System. SAS programming software is an integral component in the epidemiology and biostatistics department’s graduate curriculum. However, it has applications in other fields, as well. SAS Institute Inc. claims that 79% of Fortune 500 companies use SAS software. EBSA decided […]