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Social Marketing Conference celebrates 25th anniversary

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For more than two decades, the USF College of Public Health’s Social Marketing Conference has drawn attendees from around the globe with the common interest of using strategic marketing principles to make the world a better place. The COPH’s Florida Prevention Research Center (FPRC) has managed the conference, held every two years, since 1991. More […]

New faces for the New Year!

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It’s a new year and with that the USF College of Public Health is happy to welcome the following new faculty and staff, adding to the college’s diversity and research specializations. Claudia Parvanta, PhD Dr. Claudia Parvanta is a professor in the Department of Community of Family Health and incoming director of the Florida Prevention […]

COPH joins United Nations on empowerment of women

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Belinda-Rose Young, an alumna of the USF College of Public Health’s Department of Community and Family Health, said she is still in awe at the global impact of the EmpowerWomen campaign. Young was one of 44 professionals chosen worldwide to serve as a global champion for women’s economic empowerment by UN Women, a United Nations […]