Bulls Unite with COPH at APHA

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It’s APHA.

It’s Atlanta.

It’s time!

Join the USF College of Public Health for several key events at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Nov. 4-8. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Creating the Healthiest Nation: Climate Changes Health.”

Network with us.

On Monday, Nov. 6, alumni, students, faculty and friends are invited to join Dean Donna Petersen for a bullish good time at the college’s annual reception. Bring business cards to share and RSVP at the Facebook event page.

Enroll with us.

Established in 1984 as the first college of public health in the State of Florida, the USF College of Public Health is home to several nationally recognized programs:

  • #1 in the state of Florida, #2 public institution in the southeast, and #16 nationally among Council on Education for Public Health accredited public health schools and colleges by U.S. News & World Report (2017)
  • #1 veteran-friendly public health school by Military Times (2015)
  • # 2 MPH by Nonprofit Colleges Online (2017)
  • #5 Best Online Bachelor’s in Public Health by College Choice (2017)

Students who practice their passion with the COPH can choose from online or on-campus offerings for the BSPH, MHA, MPH, MSPH, DrPH, and PhD degrees, as well several dual degrees, graduate certificates, and special programs.

To learn more about the college and its 1600 students who commit to passionately solve problems and create conditions that allow every person the universal right to health and well-being, speak with a college recruiter on-site in the expo hall, attend the This is Public Health Graduate School Fair on Wednesday, Nov. 8, or visit www.publichealth.usf.edu.

Engage with us.

More than 130 members of the USF community are scheduled to give research presentations at APHA. Click here for an impressive list of Bulls ready to share their practice and passion with the masses.

Questions may be directed to Natalie D. Preston at npreston@health.usf.edu.

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