Posts Tagged ‘Alison Oberne’

COPH well-represented at Summer Teaching Symposium

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Each year, USF’s Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence (ATLE) holds its Summer Teaching Symposium (STS). STS is a two-day event in which faculty and teaching assistants from around campus immerse themselves in the latest teaching and learning strategies. They also discuss and exchange teaching ideas and best practices. This year’s theme was teaching the […]

Public Health Live on Tour gives COPH students first-hand experience

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Rather than taking a much-needed rest after finals this past semester, a group of committed students from the USF College of Public Health spent the beginning of winter break diving headfirst into the public health arena. As part of this year’s Public Health Live on Tour, students were able to escape the classroom setting and […]

Health policy and management excites alumnus Cristian Ariza

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USF College of Public Health alumnus Cristian Ariza credits his mother’s passion and dedication for his interest in public health. “When I was younger, she often came home sharing her experiences in health outreach and the positive impact her work made on families in our area,” he said. His mother, who has worked for many […]

Videos promote student engagement in online education

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“We are not just prolific, scientific researchers, but we are also excellent teachers and so as a college our faculty shine in different ways,” said Alison Oberne, faculty instructor for the bachelor of science in public health and USF College of Public Health alumna. For the past year and a half, Oberne has been focusing […]

COPH makes an impact at the American Academy of Health Behavior Conference

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The American Academy of Health Behavior conference, held Feb. 21-24 in Ponte Vedra, had a heavy USF College of Public Health presence. Doctoral students and faculty from the Department of Community and Family Health presented ten posters during the evening poster sessions at the conference.   Four of the posters presented were a result from […]

USF provides undergraduates with a 360 degree exposure in public health [VIDEO]

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The undergraduate public health program at the University of South Florida ranks No. 1 in College Factual’s  “Top 10 Veteran-Friendly Public Health Schools” list, which was featured in a Military Times article in June. However, insiders know that this isn’t the only reason why the USF College of Public Health rocks. From unique courses taught […]

Infographics highlighted undergraduate class’s varied creativity

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Spring 2015 was Alison Oberne’s first semester teaching Public Health Seminar: Communications in the Digital Age, and she can barely contain how much she enjoyed the experience. In the course, students explore a variety of related skills and develop communication strategies on topics of their choosing, with the proviso that the topics are public health-related. […]

Undergraduates shine at FPHA

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In August, researchers with the USF College of Public Health presented posters at the Florida Public Health Educational Meeting in Orlando. The first poster, “Creating Research Experiences and Activities for Public Health Undergraduates Through Teaching Enhancement (CREATTE),” described the efforts of four public health instructors.  Marie Bourgeois, PhD, René R. Salazar, PhD, CIH, Alison Oberne, MA, MPH, […]