Posts Tagged ‘philanthropy’

COPH gets lucky in Philadelphia

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From the film festival to Delta Omega to a fun night out, the USF College of Public Health’s presence at the 2019 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo was a trifecta! Bulls descended on Philadelphia from Nov. 2-6. This year’s annual meeting marked the third time in the college’s history that a video […]

Giving Tuesday: a meaningful way to celebrate the COPH’s 35th Anny

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As the USF College of Public Health (COPH) celebrates its 35th anniversary, there are many ways to make an impact on the students, faculty and staff who call the COPH home. One of the best ways to help the college continue to grow and provide more opportunities to its students is by giving financially. Fortunately, […]

Because of you, our students can change the world

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Greetings Bulls! My name is Shari Zamani and I am an undergraduate public health student at the University of South Florida. On November 6, I presented my research at the Delta Omega poster session during the American Public Health Association meeting in Atlanta. In fact, I am the first and only undergraduate student ever to […]

Betty Castor honored for dedication to leadership and philanthropy [VIDEO]

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Betty Castor, an avid supporter of the USF College of Public Health, received the Community Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award at USF’s 11th annual Women in Leadership and Philanthropy (WLP) Fall Symposium, held Oct. 6 at the Hilton Tampa Downtown. Since the WLP program at USF was formed in 2005, it has distributed $700,000 in scholarships […]

Make COPH Unstoppable on #GivingTuesday [VIDEO]

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“By giving to the USF College of Public Health, you are supporting the next generation of change agents, the next generation of people who make the world a little better by fighting for the conditions in which all people can be healthy,” said Fulbright Scholar Jennifer Stenback, a Samuel P. Bell III Scholarship recipient and […]

USF Health seeks support for the WELL Student Center

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Construction is underway for the new WELL Student Center, a one-stop student services location for all USF Health students. The WELL (Wellness, Engagement, Leadership and Learning) Student Center fosters an interprofessional, collaborative learning environment for students in public health, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy and the biomedical sciences. By renovating the former medical clinic, the […]

Cauchavius Watts receives ACHE Congress Scholarship, moves one step closer to dream career

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“I crave the challenges that international healthcare work brings, and I enjoy experiencing different cultures,” said USF College of Public Health student Cauchavius Watts. After completing his service as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia in 2012, Watts came to USF to pursue his Master of Public Health degree and to get one step […]