Posts Tagged ‘Nanah Fofanah’

Bulls ready to improve the public’s health

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“We take a moment at the College of Public Health to acknowledge your accomplishments and to thank you again for choosing this very important field,” said the USF College of Public Health Dean Dr. Donna Petersen. On August 6, the COPH hosted two celebrations for graduates and their families. The morning pinning ceremony consisted of […]

Nanah Fofanah: making life better for women and girls

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“My practice is sexual and reproductive health, and my passion is empowerment,” said USF College of Public Health graduate Nanah Fofanah. Born in Sierra Leone and growing up in Virginia, Fofanah’s views of the world have been shaped by her upbringing, faith and experiences. From her experience living in Sierra Leone, as well as Ghana, where she […]

Dr. Jaime Corvin receives COPH’s Excellence in Teaching Award

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Since 2008, students in the USF College of Public Health have annually recognized an outstanding professor. On April 6, Dr. Jaime Corvin, assistant professor of global health, was presented with the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award. This is Corvin’s second time receiving the award. The award is presented by the Public Health Student Organization during […]