USF College of Public Health’s Occupational Exposure Science program makes top 10 ranking

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The USF College of Public Health’s occupational exposure science program has been ranked 8th in the top 20 best industrial hygiene degrees in public health for 2019 by MPH Online. MPH Online is an independent online resource for public health students offering information and guidance regarding public health degrees. They weighted programs based on alumni salary, […]

Doctoral student Whitney Fung earns prestigious Golden Bull Award

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USF College of Public Health doctoral student Whitney Fung was one of 15 students presented with the 2019 Golden Bull Award at the annual Celebration of Leadership Awards Ceremony on April 16. The Golden Bull Award is one of USF’s highest honors given annually to undergraduate and graduate students who encompass the spirit of USF […]

Dr. Tom Unnasch is named 2019 Distinguished University Professor

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Dr. Tom Unnasch, the strategic area lead of Global and Planetary Health in the USF College of Public Health (COPH) was recently named a USF Distinguished University Professor. According to the website of the USF Office of the Provost, Dr. Ralph Wilcox, the award “recognizes senior faculty members who have distinguished themselves among their peers, […]

USF honors COPH professor with Women in Leadership and Philanthropy award

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Dr. Dinorah Martinez Tyson, a USF College of Public Health (COPH) and Department of Anthropology alumna who is an assistant professor in the COPH, has been given a $5,000 Women in Leadership and Philanthropy (WLP) award from the USF Foundation, a group that connects the university with donors. Martinez Tyson was presented with the Valerie […]

243 graduates of the COPH are urged to innovate, get out of comfort zone

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On May 2, the USF College of Public Health (COPH) graduated 220 students. One hundred twenty-one of them received a bachelor of science in public health. The other 99 were graduate students. Eight received doctorate degrees; 91 received master’s degrees. Undergraduate Send-Off The day’s festivities began in the morning. Undergraduates receiving their BSPH degrees flooded […]

#GraduationGoals: Three COPH BSPH graduates earn a perfect 4.0 GPA

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Three USF College of Public Health (COPH) undergraduates receiving their bachelor degrees in public health (BSPH) were given the distinction of graduating as a King O’Neal Scholar. This is an honor given by the USF Alumni Association to students who finished their undergraduate careers with a perfect 4.0, the highest grade point average (GPA) attainable. […]

Former USF president is honored for her work in women’s health with 2019 Remark-a-Bull Award

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National Women’s Health Week is May 12-18 As National Women’s Health Week begins, the USF Women’s Health Collective will present former USF President Betty Castor with the 2019 Remark-a-Bull Award. The award, which will be presented at the sixth annual Leading the Way Awards Luncheon at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC on May 15, recognizes […]

COPH graduates first cohort in genetic counseling program

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On May 2, the USF College of Public Health (COPH) conferred MSPH degrees on the first group of students graduating its genetic counseling program. Genetic counselors help families understand and adapt to the genetic risk factors of disease. Four students graduated the program, which is the only accredited genetic counseling graduate program in the state […]