Posts Tagged ‘Office of Educational Technology and Assessment’

COPH videographer takes passion for public health to Kenya

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Until just a few months ago, the people of Masala, Kenya, had no potable water. “They would have to walk seven miles to get drinkable water,” said Oddi Diaz, a USF College of Public Health videographer in the Office of Educational Technology and Assessment. Diaz, who has been with the COPH for just over a […]

Three’s a charm for the USF Outstanding Staff Awards

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Three USF College of Public Health staff members, Alana Falcone, Carlos Montoya, and Andres Abril, were recipients of the 2017 Outstanding Staff Awards. Their achievements were celebrated at a ceremony in the USF School of Music Concert Hall held in March. Each year USF selects staff and administration employees who demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of […]

Alumna Sandhya Srinivasan appointed chair to ASPPH’s Learning Futures Forum

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The USF College of Public Health’s Sandhya Srinivasan, director of the Office of Educational Technology and Assessment (ETA), has been appointed as chair of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health’s (ASPPH) Learning Futures Forum. ASPPH created the Learning Futures forum, open to faculty and staff from ASPPH-member schools and programs of public […]

College of Public Health a pioneer of online learning

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Long before the deluge of online learning became a given of modern education replete with a glut of overnight “universities,” USF’s College of Public Health launched a distance-learning presence that was formidable before online classes even existed. From 1990-93, 45 state health department employees in Tallahassee earned master of public health degrees from USF via […]