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USF #3 among grad schools producing Peace Corps Volunteers

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Since the Peace Corps was founded in 1961, over 500 USF alumni have served in the organization—and many have come from the USF College of Public Health (COPH). Currently, 16 USF alumni from a variety of programs across the USF system are volunteering for the Peace Corps in countries around the world. This is the […]

Mary Alao receives Colloquium Award

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USF’s College of Public Health rising junior Mary Alao is the recipient of an Office for Undergraduate Research Research Excellence Award for her investigation of guinea worm disease, which she presented at this year’s Undergraduate Research Colloquium Awards. The event was held April 6 in the Marshall Student Center and gave undergraduate students from many […]