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Archive for February, 2012

Student Service Opportunites for 2/27/12

| Monday Letter, Student Service Opportunities

Students can click here  http://health.usf.edu/ahec/USFHealthServicesCorps/hscevents.htm to see  Spring 2012 Service Corps Opportunities (http://health.usf.edu/NR/rdonlyres/434E2C03-B2DF-4FF6-A45E-61D282DBF03D/0/Spring2012ServiceCorpsOpportunities.pdf )   for the most up to date, comprehensive listing of events and projects, which are arranged by categories and  the Service Corps Calendar ( http://my.calendars.net/servicecorps)  to view upcoming events in chronological order.  Upcoming event for which we need volunteers, please. Saturday, March 3rd , 11 am to 3 pm. […]

COPH Students Participate in USF Health Research Day

| Monday Letter, Students

This year, 70 students affiliated with the COPH participated in the 22nd annual USF Health Research Day.   This number includes 55 students in the Departments of Global Health; Community and Family Health; Epidemiology and Biostatistics; and Environmental and Occupational Health…. plus 15 students in the Sunshine ERC! Two of our COPH graduate students were selected […]

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Aimee Eden Receives Scholarship Award

| Monday Letter, Students

Aimee Eden, a doctoral candidate at the University of South Florida and adjunct professor of anthropology at Eckerd College, is the recipient of this year’s Realityworks and Go Beyond MCH Graduate Student Scholarship. She is currently an MCH Leadership Trainee. Her maternal and child health focus in both anthropology and public health have led to […]

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Chiles Center Hosts Annual Symposium and Lecture

| Monday Letter, Take Note!

Pictured are (l to r):  Marisa Langford, Erica Anstey, Dr. Kirby, Dr. Maureen Groer, Dr. Lewis Rubin, and Dr. Courtney Judd The Annual Chiles Symposium and Lecture was held on Tuesday, February 14th at the USF College of Public Health.  The program on 2/14/12 focused on Nutrition and Child Health Outcomes: Clinical, Geographic, and Public Health […]

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Alma Hurd Receives Quiet Quality Award

| Monday Letter, Take Note!

Alma Hurd, a fiscal and business specialist in the Dean’s Office, was recently awarded with a Quiet Quality Award.  The Quiet Quality Awards were implemented in the fall of 1996 by the Staff Senate with strong support from USF administration in a collaborative effort to increase employee recognition.  Alma was nominated by her supervisor in […]

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COPH Alumna Thrives in Alaska

| Monday Letter, Our Alumni

Kimberly Rogers, MPH (GH,’08) is training for a marathon. Not just any marathon. Kim is running 26.2 miles for the first time in her life and is training for it in the frigid cold of Alaska! The native of Blountstown, Florida left the warmth and comfort of a CDC placement with the Public Health Associate Program […]

Moffitt Cancer Center, the University of South Florida, and the Ponce School of Medicine invite Junior Investigators to apply for an American Cancer Society—Institutional Research Grant

| Grant Opportunities

Moffitt Cancer Center, the University of South Florida, and the Ponce School of Medicine invite Junior Investigators to apply for an American Cancer Society—Institutional Research Grant PURPOSE: To support junior faculty in initiating cancer-related research projects that assist them in competing successfully for national research grants. AWARD AMOUNTS: Up to $30,000 for 12 months. Current […]