Our week. Our Homecoming. Our USF, Oct. 9-14

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Ahem … SuperBull XXI is here and this year’s offerings include something for everyone! The USF Health festivities commence on Monday, October 9 and keep going #BullStrong for a full seven days. MONDAY – October 9 Living WELL 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.—Health Rotunda Kick off homecoming with free massages, DIY stress balls, a bath salt bar […]

State of the College Address aims for the future

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For more than 30 years, the USF College of Public Health has played an active role in advancing the public’s health—at home and around the world. While the COPH aims to focus on the future, as highlighted by Dean Donna Petersen during the State of the College Address on September 22, Petersen began by speaking […]

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—Back to school!

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A new herd of Bulls entered the USF College of Public Health on Thursday, August 17. They arrived at orientation ready to learn and share their public health passions with others. Marissa Estrada is one of the college’s 296 new students. At 7:40 a.m., she was the first student to arrive for orientation. Estrada is […]

Alumna Dr. Erika Arteaga-Cruz’s passion for more ‘collective health’

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The intersection of social justice and global health has always been a calling for USF College of Public Health alumna Dr. Erika Arteaga-Cruz. In her role as the health projects officer for the Belgium Socialist Party Cooperation for Development-NGO in Quito, Ecuador, she fulfills her public health passion of working with indigenous groups and women […]

Bulls represent at FPHA, three win awards

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It’s the year of the woman … At least it is for this year’s USF College of Public of Health award winners at the 2017 Florida Public Health Association annual conference. The event was held in July 26-27 in Orlando. The honorees include two students and one faculty member from the college. Lea Heberlein-Larson, MPH, […]

Helping One Another: USF Comes Together for Hurricane Irma

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Before, during and after the storm, many offered helping hands and shelter As Hurricane Irma churned toward Florida’s west coast area last week, USF Bulls did not just hunker down or evacuate in preparation for the monster storm. They rallied big time.   USF employees spent countless hours planning for and responding to the storm […]

Neha Sathe competes in Florida Healthcare Innovation Pitch

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USF College of Public Health undergraduate student Neha Sathe was selected as a finalist at the annual Florida Healthcare Innovation Pitch Competition. Co-sponsored by the USF Center for Entrepreneurship at the USF Muma College of Business, Florida Blue and the USF chapter of the National Academy of Inventors, the state-wide competition is open to undergraduate, […]

Give Life Day, Sept. 19

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One quart of blood. One administration of CPR. One match for bone marrow. One organ and tissue donation. One selfless gift is all it takes to save a life. Join members of the University of South Florida College of Public Health for Give Life Day on Tuesday, September 19. For additional information, contact Ellen Kent […]