Posts Tagged ‘American College Health Association’

As more students struggle with mental health issues, one COPH professor is recognized for work in the field

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Dr. Rita DeBate, a USF College of Public Health (COPH) professor, strives to make students more aware of the importance of mental health. She recently won the Weiss Writing Prize for a mental health intervention she organized on the USF campus. The Weiss Writing Prize is an honor awarded to the author of a publication focused […]

PhD student Stacey Griner addresses oral health literacy

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October is National Dental Hygiene Month “There is very little research about dental and oral health among college students and on university campuses,” Stacey Griner said. “So I decided to use my training in dental hygiene to learn more about the dental needs of students and identify areas that can be improved.” Griner, a registered […]

Laura Rusnak presents at American College Health Association meeting

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In June, Ms. Laura Rusnak, MPH, CHES, presented at the American College Health Association’s annual meeting in Boston. She co-presented “Healthy Campus Course: Using inter-disciplinary education to strengthen ties between faculty and student affairs professionals” with Ms. Jennifer Parker, MS, RD, the coordinator of alcohol and other drug awareness and prevention initiatives at Wellness USF. […]