Posts Tagged ‘community’

Doctoral student Whitney Fung earns prestigious Golden Bull Award

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USF College of Public Health doctoral student Whitney Fung was one of 15 students presented with the 2019 Golden Bull Award at the annual Celebration of Leadership Awards Ceremony on April 16. The Golden Bull Award is one of USF’s highest honors given annually to undergraduate and graduate students who encompass the spirit of USF […]

COPH undergrads participate in research expo

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USF College of Public Health students Oceana Dwyer and Justin Weiner participated in USF’s second annual Undergraduate Research Society’s Fall Expo on October 15. The expo was an immersive experience geared towards undergraduate students interested in learning more about the different forms research can take at research institutions and allows students to present research that […]

Alumna Shardel Jackson practices her passion at the CDC

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For USF College of Public Health alumna Shardel Jackson, making communities better and changing lives through advocacy and education is what public health is all about. Jackson received her bachelor’s degree in health sciences from University of Central Florida, where she was introduced to public health in an undergraduate chronic disease epidemiology course. “I later […]