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COPH undergrads recognized for outstanding research

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Two USF College of Public Health (COPH) undergraduate students walked away with awards after presenting their research at USF’s 2022 Undergraduate Research Conference.  The annual event, held virtually and in person this past April, is open to all USF undergraduates on all campuses. The purpose of the conference, say its […]

Course gives students hands-on experience in emergency management—and a lot more

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USF College of Public Health (COPH) students in Elizabeth Dunn’s service-learning “Disaster by Design” course culminated their semester-long class in disaster management by designing, teaching and evaluating disaster-training exercises. The training exercises were presented (in-person) by the students and others to members of Hillsborough County’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) […]

AHEC welcomes eight COPH students to scholars program

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Eight USF College of Public Health (COPH) students were selected to join the Area Health Education Centers Program (AHEC) Scholars program. The AHEC Scholars Program (ASP) is a competitive national initiative supported by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. Only 150 students in Florida were selected to join. “ASP […]

Who adheres to mask-wearing guidelines—and who doesn’t?

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Mask wearing has been a hot topic—with lukewarm popularity. To better understand which subset of people are most inclined to follow mask-wearing guidelines, several USF College of Public Health (COPH) students set out to observe people over several weeks last year, from midsummer to early fall. The students conducted their […]

Social justice + public health = a more diverse workforce

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The USF College of Public Health (COPH) is introducing a new undergraduate pathway program, Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Scholar for Social Justice, starting July 11. Each year, 30 undergraduate students will be selected into this competitive program. They will complete a specially designed, intensive one-year curriculum that includes a […]

The COPH graduates 629 public health heroes

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“You leave us at the most tumultuous time in the past 100 years. Your educational journey was like no other. Almost two years ago we all pivoted almost overnight to fully remote learning. We asked you to help us, and you did. You modeled good behavior, followed all the rules […]

3 COPH undergrads receive top USF leadership awards

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Three USF College of Public Health (COPH) undergraduate students were recently honored with two prestigious, university-wide leadership awards. Golden Bulls Kėdrine Gayle and Jataya Jackson received the Golden Bull Award. The award, presented by USF’s Student Success office, is given annually in the spring semester to undergraduate and graduate students […]