Haiduven and Boaz are outstanding professors

| Global Health, Monday Letter, Our Accolades, Our People

There are several traditions that occur during National Public Health Week—service activities, health fairs, student awards—however, the Public Health Student Association’s Outstanding Professor Award is particularly special because the winners are selected by students in the University of South Florida College of Public Health. This distinctive honor is awarded to one full-time and adjunct faculty member […]

COPH alumna brings her international experience to NATO

| Global Health, Monday Letter, Our Alumni

Angelia Sanders, MPH (GH,’08) is currently a desk officer for NATO’s Civil Military Fusion Centre (CFC), based in Norfolk, Virginia. The CFC is a knowledge management institution established by NATO in 2008 to facilitate the sharing of information between civilian and military actors working on complex crises in order to enhance their situational awareness. Sanders, a […]

COPH alumnus receives Thomas Chalmers Award

| Global Health, Monday Letter, Our Alumni

Rahul S. Mhaskar, PhD (GH,’10), MPH and a team of researchers with the USF Health Clinical Translational Science Institute/Evidence-Based Medicine group received the most prestigious honor in the field of evidence-based medicine—the Thomas Chalmers Award by the Cochrane Collaboration. The announcement was made at the Nineteenth Cochrane Colloquium in 2011 and acknowledges the teams’ work […]

Global Health Students Win Poster Awards

| Global Health

Global Health would like to offer special congratulations to the following COPH students who received awards for their excellent posters and presentations: Emanny Sanchez (presented on behalf of  Curtis DeVetter), Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and  Global Health, “Fruit and Vegetable Access in Low-Income Rural Communities: Florida Case-Study” Steven P. Maher, Dept. of Global Health, […]