Posts Tagged Activist Lab

A is for advocacy: COPH students train middle/high schoolers in advocacy

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Dr. Karen Liller, a USF College of Public Health(COPH) professor and director of the college’s Activist Lab (which provides advocacy training, research and opportunities), teamed with Ellen Kent, coordinator of the USF Health Service Corps, and Activist Lab Student Advisory Board members to develop the Adopt-a-School Program for student advocacy. […]

Public health advocacy: Physicians need to take a bigger role

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When USF College of Public Health (COPH) professor Dr. Karen Liller was approached by the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine to write an article on injury prevention, she switched gears and decided what was really needed was an article on the importance of physicians advocating for injury prevention measures.  In […]

COPH welcomes 254 graduates to the field of public health

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“This group of students have persevered under unprecedented circumstances. Their worlds were flipped upside down and they have hung in there, learning in new ways since March of 2020. This group has learned in real-time what it means to confront the failings of our system.” said USF College of Public […]

Dr. Karen Liller joins leadership team of USF’s Center for Justice Research and Policy

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USF College of Public Health’s (COPH) Dr. Karen Liller, an expert in injury prevention, has taken on a leadership role in the university’s new Center for Justice Research and Policy (CJRP).  The interdisciplinary, collaborative center, launched in January, is devoted to the study of social and criminal justice issues around […]