Posts Tagged ‘master of public health.’

State of the College Address highlights preparation for the future

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The USF College of Public Health aims to focus on the future, as highlighted by Dean Donna Petersen during the State of the College Address on September 26. “We really need to rein in and be clear about where we’re going, what our direction is and the important things we’d like to do,” she said. […]

It takes a village to meet online student demand

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Public health offers seven master’s degrees and 11 graduate certificates in an online or virtual format How do six instructional designers manage more than 80 online courses in the USF College of Public Health? “It takes a village and an extraordinary attention to detail,” said Sandhya Srinivasan, MPH, MEd, director of the college’s Office of […]

Prepare for nature and man’s worst with the College of Public Health

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September is National Preparedness Month, but the USF College of Public Health embraces preparedness year-round. War. Public health emergencies. Natural and man-made disasters. Refugee campus with internally displaced persons. For most individuals, the mere idea of working in the aforementioned conditions is enough to trigger a rapid heartbeat, panic attack, or worse. No so, for […]

NIH invites Dr. Hamisu Salihu to speak on paternal involvement and pregnancy outcomes

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  In September, Hamisu Salihu, MD, PhD, joins three other world experts at the National Institutes of Health to provide rare expertise to guide research in the area of paternal involvement and pregnancy outcomes. To date, numerous efforts have been initiated to promote responsible fatherhood for children’s development. However, less attention has been paid to the […]

Dr. Theresa A. Scorcia Wilson keeps Michigan fit and healthy

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Theresa A. Scorcia Wilson, PhD, MPH, is 14-year veteran of the Michigan Department of Community Health, the state’s health department. She is assigned to the Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Unit and manages the Cardiovascular Health, Physical Activity, and Nutrition Section.  Additionally, Teri is a part-time faculty member for Central Michigan University’s Global Campus. In […]

Public Health welcomes new students with record number of online offerings

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Student demand for distance learning to complement classroom teaching climbs With three new online degrees, a resource expo, and a celebrity guest, USF’s College of Public Health kicked off the 2013-14 academic year. USF Bulls mascot Rocky D. Bull welcomed hundreds of coeds to campus as they descended on the college for new student orientation. […]

Patrick Gardner gains experience in Tribal healthcare and emergency management

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  Patrick Gardner, of the USF College of Public Health’s Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice (CLPHP), participated in the Healthcare Leadership for Mass Casualty Incidents training July 28-August 2.  The training was provided and funded by the Center for Domestic Preparedness, in Anniston, AL, which is operated by the United States Department of […]