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Public health graduates future heroes

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“Never doubt that a single individual can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has—Margaret Mead,” said Dr. Kay Perrin, interim associate dean for the Office of Academic and Student Affairs in USF College of Public Health. This is one of many graduation-related ‘charges’ issued to the Class of 2016. On […]

Alexis Strokoff embodies spirit of public health with people-centric approach

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To Alexis Strokoff, it’s all about the people. The double-major takes a people-centric approach to environmental health and safety, tying in her anthropology background, to push for the best health outcomes for all. The Tampa native earned her first bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of South Florida in 2014, and graduated May 6 […]