Posts Tagged Deanna Wathington

COPH alum Dr. LaShanta Rice is a behavior scientist with a passion for health equity

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Dr. LaShanta Rice, a behavior scientist at Johnson & Johnson who received her MPH from the USF College of Public Health (COPH) in 2008, got her first introduction to public health as a post-baccalaureate trainee at Meharry Medical College, a historically Black medical school located in Nashville, Tenn. It was […]

Alumna Raaven Goffe continues on her path to becoming a doctor

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College of Public Health alumna Raaven Goffe, came to the University of South Florida as an international student from Nassau, Bahamas in 2013. Goffe earned her bachelor’s degree in biomedical science and master of public health degree with a concentration global communicable disease and a graduate certificate in global health […]

Dr. Deanna Wathington to become executive dean at Bethune-Cookman

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Deanna Wathington, MD, MPH, associate dean for academic and student affairs at the USF College of Public Health, has been selected to serve as founding executive dean of the new College of Health Sciences at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Fla. “Though it pains us greatly to lose her, we […]

Public Health’s student portfolio system is available USF Health-wide

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New online program helps all USF Health students track academic experience Corralling the details of every college activity, project and job has been greatly simplified for USF Health students with the unveiling of the new USF Health Student Portfolios. The online software helps students from throughout USF Health collect information […]