Posts Tagged ‘MPH’

COPH and MCH are the perfect match for Maria Huynh

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“What I love the most about public health is how interdisciplinary it is. Public health really encourages and promotes partnerships between so many different professions and organizations,” Maria Huynh said. “It’s really inspiring to know that people with different backgrounds and ideals can come together to work on an issue for the overall good.” Born […]

Fulbright Scholar Jillian Edge sees the U.S. through a new lens

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USF College of Public Health graduate student Jillian Edge received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to explore flooding in Malaysia in order to better understand the impacts of flooding on access to public service in the state of Sarawak. She’s earning her MPH from the Department of Global Health in global disaster management and humanitarian […]

It’s a match for USF Dietetic Internship-MPH

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The USF College of Public Health’s Integrated Dietetic Internship-MPH program has successfully matched its first cohort of six interns. Students matched to the program are set to gain hands on experience in dietetics practice through the internship, which has been granted candidacy status for accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). […]

MPH student Ryan Graydon and the USF Reclaim Team awarded first place honors

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USF College of Public Health global health student, Ryan Graydon, and the USF Reclaim team were awarded first place in the 2016-2017 Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors Student Video Competition. The prize came with a $1,000 check presented at the National Press Club Ballroom in Washington, D.C. on April 13.   USF Reclaim […]

From Haiti to Tampa, Lentz Dorcely finds his passion in infection control

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Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, USF College of Public Health graduate, Lentz Dorcely, immigrated to the United States to Miami, Fla. when he was six. Dorcely became introduced to public health while he for studying for biology during his undergraduate sophomore year at the University of South Florida. “I came across a book about disease detectives […]

Jillian Edge receives Fulbright

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USF College of Public Health graduate student Jillian Edge is the recent recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to explore flooding in Malaysia. The grant will help Edge gain a better understanding of the impacts of flooding on access to public service in the state of Sarawak. Originally from California, Edge is seeking […]

USF Public Health first in state to launch new master’s curriculum

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The USF College of Public Health is the first in Florida to update curriculum for its master’s degree program, a step that is in tandem with a national effort to better train the public health workforce and improve population health. The new curriculum – built from concepts found in “Framing the Future: The Second Hundred […]

Public health programs across the country see major changes to curriculum [Multimedia]

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USF COPH Dean Donna Petersen leads the national group propelling changes in how we prepare tomorrow’s public health workforce. In a packed conference room in Washington, DC, Donna J. Petersen, ScD, MHS, CPH, stood before hundreds of public health educators and shared the news: the public health curriculum that was defined 100 years ago – […]