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Isabella Chan earns $15,000 PEO Scholar Award

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USF College of Public Health doctoral candidate Isabella Chan has been selected as a recipient of the PEO’s Scholar Award, which she says will allow her to focus more completely on her dissertation work in Peru. Chan was 100 out 738 nominees selected to receive the $15,000 award for the 2017-2018 academic year. “The PEO […]

COPH offers Coverdell Fellowship for returning Peace Corps volunteers

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Returned Peace Corps volunteers now have the option to become a Paul D. Coverdell Fellow at the USF College of Public Health. This graduate fellowship program awards financial assistance to returning Peace Corps volunteers pursuing an MPH or MSPH degree and will include an internship in underserved communities in Tampa for two years. “Paul D. […]

Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program announces scholarship recipients for 2016-2017

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Five graduate students in the USF College of Public Health have joined the Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program. The program, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, provides leadership training in maternal and child health with a focus on cultural competence, family-centered care and interdisciplinary practice. The grant, led by Dr. Martha Coulter, principal investigator, was […]

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 […]

Doctoral student Malinee Neelamegam awarded fellowship in Australia

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Malinee Neelamegam’s passion to understand the preservation of cognition in the aging process has led her to pursue a fellowship in Australia. The PhD student in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics has been chosen to take part in the Endeavour Research Fellowship at the Centre of Research on Aging at the Australian National University […]

COPH undergrad Saika Viard awarded scholarship from Black Faculty and Staff Association

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USF College of Public Health undergraduate student Saika Viard has been awarded a scholarship from the USF Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA). “I was shocked because I didn’t expect it,” Viard said. “When I found out I received it, I honestly was very grateful for it.”   The BFSA scholarship awards one undergraduate and […]

Lissette Ortiz receives Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship

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USF College of Public Health undergraduate Lissette Ortiz was awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroad in Costa Rica during the summer 2015 semester. “I now know that if I set my mind to something, I can make things possible,” Ortiz said. Ortiz is no stranger to being a motivated leader. She has […]

Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program announces scholarship recipients for 2015-2016

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Five graduate students in the USF College of Public Health have joined the Maternal and Child Health Leadership Training Program. The program, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, provides leadership training in maternal and child health with a focus on cultural competence, family-centered care and interdisciplinary practice.   The grant, led by Dr. […]