World Water Day 2011 Celebration Will Continue All Year

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Last week the world celebrated World Water Day and although World Water Day 2011 has passed, the celebration continues all year long!  An international day to celebrate freshwater was recommended at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). The United Nations General Assembly responded by designating 22 March 1993 as the first […]

Are you smarter than a US diplomat? Take the Christian Science Monitor version of the Foreign Service Exam.

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  Diplomats working for the US Foreign Service are responsible for carrying out the policy of the United States. In order to serve at one of the 265 US diplomatic missions around the world, applicants must pass a series of examinations. The tests consist of a job knowledge test, English language test, essays, oral exams, […]

New York Times Interviews USF Public Health Expert on Stillbirths

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April 1, 2008. University of South Florida, College of Public Health, Tampa Bay. Writers for the New York Times interviewed USF Faculty member Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, as a world expert on stillbirth for the April 1, 2008 article entitled “Seeking Answers to Stop Another Stillbirth”. The New York Times story appeared in the publication’s […]

Global health researchers share state of the art malaria expertise

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For more information on Public Health’s GHIDR team, click here. Two researchers from the College of Public Health’s Global Health Infectious Diseases Research team have recently written publications on the newest treatments for one of the oldest and still among the most prevalent scourges — malaria. Wilbur Milhous, PhD, professor of global health and associate […]