Posts Tagged MPH

COPH welcomed dozens of Panamanian students from the City of Knowledge. Where are they now?

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In 2004, the USF College of Public Health (COPH), in partnership with the Panamanian government and USF Health, developed the USF Health Panama Program at the City of Knowledge, an international academic and research campus in Panama. The program gives students from both countries and a variety of disciplines the […]

COPH graduate student Haley Maxwell honored with Academic Excellence Award

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USF College of Public Health graduate student Haley Maxwell was honored with the Academic Excellence Award by the Office of Multicultural Affairs during their Sankofa Celebration for Black History Month on February 13. The Academic Excellence Award is given every year to a student who exemplifies dedication to academics, community […]

COPHers, led by Dr. Anna Torrens Armstrong, publish article on professional development for MPH students

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The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) calls master of public health (MPH) students “professionals with a purpose.”  But surveys and anecdotal evidence were pointing to an emerging problem at the USF College of Public Health (COPH) and elsewhere. Students—specifically MPH students—were feeling confident in their core […]

COPH students excel at the 23rd annual NAHSE Case Competition

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A group of USF College of Public Health students traveled to Orlando, Fla., in October to participate in the annual National Association of Health Services Executive (NAHSE) Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition. The competition is a scholarship program where graduate students in health administration, business administration and public health […]