Posts Tagged ‘Deans Lecture Series’

COPH Dean’s Lecture Series on “Place Matters: The Case for Spatial Thinking as a Core Skill Set for Higher Education in Public Health”

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Geography‬ isn’t just memorization of place names, landscape elements and their location. In the September USF College of Public Health Dean’s Lecture Series, USF Distinguished Professor Dr. Russell Kirby explains why “place matters” in ‪public health‬ now more than ever. “Place Matters: The Case for Spatial Thinking as a Core Skill Set for Higher Education […]

Anniversary tour pairs with the dean’s lecture series on end-of-life planning

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The #usfcophrocks tour is headed to the Dean’s Lecture Series for a conversation with Dr. Hana Osman. She’s a social worker, expert in end-of-life planning and a graduate of the USF College of Public Health. Join us. This event is part of the USF College of Public Health’s yearlong 30th anniversary celebration. To learn more […]

COPH brought everything together for Dr. Hana Osman

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“As you know, the general population doesn’t really know much about public health – and I was no different from most people,” said Dr. Hana Osman, associate professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the USF College of Public Health. Osman said a conversation with Dr. Kay Perrin at a conference sparked […]

#usfcophrocks 30th Anniversary Tour Stop: Deans Lecture Series

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The #usfcophrocks tour is headed to the Dean’s Lecture Series for a conversation with COPH alumna Dr. Charlan D. Kroelinger. She improves the public’s health through her work with the CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Assigned to the Field Support Branch in the Division of Reproductive Health, Kroelinger serves as […]

No salt, please

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To salt or not to salt (your bath) is the question that Kenneth Ferslew, PhD, DABFT addressed in his presentation titled, “Bath Salts, Not for Human Consumption (or bathing either!).”  He visited the college as a guest of the toxicology program and was the featured speaker for the Dean’s Lecture Series on April 12. Dr. […]