Posts Tagged ‘National Public Health Week’

Nominate-a-Bull for COPH alumni award, deadline Dec. 1

| Academic & Student Affairs, COPH Home Page Feed, Featured News, Take Note!

To date, the USF College of Public Health has recognized 31 alumni with significant impact in public health. Nominations are currently being accepted for the Class of 2018. “During the process of soliciting and reviewing nominations for 2015 it became clear that the Outstanding Alumni Awards should be an annual event recognizing our more than […]

Drs. Zuber D. Mulla and Jason Salemi are recipients of the 2017 COPH Outstanding Alumni Award

| COPH Home Page Feed, Departments, EPI-BIO, Featured News, Monday Letter, Our Alumni

On April 5, the USF College of Public Health recognized two graduates who improve the public’s health and do it exceedingly well. This year’s recipients of the 2017 Outstanding Alumni Award are Drs. Zuber D. Mulla and Jason Salemi. The presentation was part of the college’s National Public Health Week Annual Awards Ceremony. “I feel […]

Join the Movement, it’s National Public Health Week

| Academic & Student Affairs, COPH Home Page Feed, Featured News, Monday Letter, Students, Take Note!, Undergraduate

The College of Public Health is part of a national effort to create the healthiest nation in one generation. USF Bulls and members of the local community are invited to join the movement and get involved today! In 1995, the American Public Health Association declared the first week of April as National Public Health Week. […]

USF COPH fills National Public Health Week with awareness and community events

| Academic & Student Affairs, COPH Home Page Feed, Featured News, Monday Letter, Students, Take Note!, Undergraduate

The USF College of Public Health named Celeste Philip, MD, MPH the 2016 Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health and recognized her April 6 a special awards ceremony. Dr. Philip serves as the interim state surgeon general, Florida Department of Health (DOH), only the second woman to lead the department. She is president-elect of the […]

USF names Dr. Celeste Philip 2016 Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health

| CFH, COPH Home Page Feed, Departments, EOH, EPI-BIO, Featured News, Global Health, HPM, Monday Letter, Take Note!

On April 6, in a crowded auditorium on the University of South Florida Tampa campus, Philip was named the 2016 Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health. “I was not surprised to learn that AFTER we made this selection, someone in Tallahassee had the foresight to name her the interim surgeon general and health officer for […]

Forget the week. This is Public Health Month!

| Academic & Student Affairs, CFH, COPH Home Page Feed, Departments, EOH, EPI-BIO, Global Health, HPM, Monday Letter, Our People, Public Health Practice, Students, Undergraduate

Clean air and water, disaster management, health policy and disease prevention—it’s all public health and it’s all at the University of South Florida. In 1995, the American Public Health Association declared the first week of April as National Public Health Week. This year’s observance falls on April 4-10. Of course, USF is bullish! The College […]

Nancy L. Tipps named 2015 Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health

| COPH Home Page Feed, Featured News, Monday Letter, Our Accolades

Nancy L. Tipps, BSN, joined a select group of professionals as 2015 Florida Outstanding Woman in Public Health.  She was presented the award April 8 in the Sam Bell III Auditorium. Tipps’ numerous letters of endorsement herald the rare combination of responsibility, innovation and determination she has brought to her past and present public health […]

Rep. Castor and Sam Bell visit students ready to help solve world’s pressing public health problems

| Academic & Student Affairs, Monday Letter, Our People, Students, Undergraduate

  The congresswoman was joined by COPH founder Sam Bell who, as a member  of the Florida House of Representatives, was instrumental in pushing legislation that created the state’s first accredited public health college in 1984.  They met with COPH Dean Donna Petersen, ScD, and students representing colleges’ diverse areas of study, from community and […]