Posts Tagged Nathanael Stanley

Students get to work on the frontlines of public health

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USF College of Public Health doctoral student Nate Stanley is already practicing public health, long before he’s set to graduate. Stanley, earning a PhD from the Department of Global Health in the fall of 2019, is currently serving as a Research Coordinator I at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center on […]

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 […]

USF Health students make life better in Panama

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With a passport, a GPS and more than 100 pounds of educational materials in hand, College of Public Health master’s student Kate LeGrand was one of 22 USF Health students ready to embark to the rural mountainside town of Chicá, Panama. In March, student volunteers from the USF International Health […]

Nathanael Stanley presents research at international ecotourism conference

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USF College of Public Health doctoral student, Nathanael Stanley, can check another milestone off of his academic to-do list. For more than two years, he wanted to present at the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference. However, because the conference was normally held in either Africa or South America, and he […]