Posts Tagged safety

Alumna Ivory Iheanacho makes moves in occupational health and safety

| Academic & Student Affairs, Featured News, Monday Letter, Our Alumni, Our People, Students

Her public health practice is industrial hygiene; her passion is worker health. USF College of Public Health alumna Ivory Iheanacho said she was driven to public health for its ability to “safeguard our communities.” The Baton Rouge, La. native earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental management from LSU before deciding […]

EOH student Andrea Johnston works among Hollywood’s stars

| Academic & Student Affairs, Departments, EOH, Featured News, Monday Letter, Online Programs, Our People, Students

USF College of Public Health MPH student Andrea Johnston began her career in marketing but soon learned that she had a passion for public health. Born and raised in Chino, California, Johnston earned her BA in business marketing from San Francisco State University in 2010. After graduating college, Johnston moved […]

Summer program aims to build careers in occupational health and safety

| Academic & Student Affairs, COPH Home Page Feed, EOH, Monday Letter, Take Note!

Undergraduate students interested in honing their skills are invited to apply for the Summer Institute in Occupational Health and Safety.  Hosted at the USF College of Public Health, the program runs from June 14-19. “The Summer Institute has been an eye-opening and life-changing experience,” said Todd Crutchfield, a 2013 OHS […]

COPH helped drive state’s bicycle helmet law

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

Dr. Karen Liller has been a child and adolescent injury prevention researcher for a quarter of a century.  A professor in the USF College of Public Health’s Department of Community and Family Health and a member of the Florida Injury Prevention Advisory Group, she worked with a Tampa General program […]

Dr. René Salazar faculty liaison in rural worker health and safety study

| Academic & Student Affairs, EOH, Featured News, Monday Letter, Our Research

Dr. Rene Salazar, assistant professor in the USF College of Public Health, has been selected to serve as faculty representative on a rural worker health and safety research project. Known as “Campos a Casa,” or “Fields to Home,” the community engagement initiative assesses rural workers’ awareness of environmental and occupational […]