Posts Tagged ‘running’

Petrick pairs passion for running and health for perfect profession

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For Olympic trials marathon competitor Sara Petrick, an active lifestyle and career in public health go hand-in-hand. “Staying active and healthy has always been a priority for me,” said Petrick. The Tampa native earned her bachelor’s degree in health and human performance from the University of Florida in 2009, before coming to the USF College […]

Anniversary tour heads to Gasparilla

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Ready to kick asphalt and run for booty? Members of the COPH community are invited to run, walk, jog, wog, skip and do whatever it takes to cross the Gasparilla Distance Classic finish line in an upright position!  There are multiple distances to choose from, and the college will have participants represented in all of […]

Don’t call Dr. Jill Roberts Dopey just because she likes a challenge

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Jill Roberts could have a plethora of titles both before and after her name. With master’s and doctorate degrees from the USF College of Public Health, she is certainly accomplished. However, which accomplishment really gets her going? Running. Dr. Roberts, an assistant professor specializing in food safety, began running in 2001. At the time, she […]