Posts Tagged ‘student scholarship’

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. […]

Doctoral student Malinee Neelamegam receives international fellowship

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“Receiving a scholarship goes beyond having financial aid,” said Malinee Neelamegam, doctoral student at USF’s College of Public Health. “It inspires me to work harder and to strive for excellence.” Neelamegam is the most recent recipient of the American Association of University Women International Fellowship. The AAUW International Fellowship allows Neelamegam to continue pursuing her […]

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 […]

Atypical graduates highlight spring 2015 pinning ceremony

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“You should be proud of your accomplishments!” Dr. Kay Perrin told the College of Public Health baccalaureate graduates at the pinning ceremony May 1.  “As of tomorrow, you will be among the 26% of the U.S. population with a college degree,” added Perrin, associate professor and assistant dean for undergraduate studies. Among all the honors, […]

Bid on golf getaways, wine & lots more at the Brahman Bash

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With a Mardi Gras theme, live music by the USF Jazz Ensemble, and lots and lots of great silent auction prizes up for grabs, the Brahman Bash  promises a Bullish evening of unstoppable entertainment Feb. 28. Bid on a replica of the special football helmet created for the Bulls’ USF Military Appreciation game; golf packages; […]

COPH doctoral student plans to use degrees to benefit needy communities

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The definition of public health differs from person to person.  To some, the study concerns the overall population’s health.  To others, it focuses on promoting a healthy lifestyle.  To fourth-year PhD student Pamela Guevara, public health offers an opportunity to reach out to the sometimes overlooked communities in today’s world. “I truly want to reach […]

Double your dollars and multiply your impact for COPH on Giving Tuesday

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In observance of Giving Tuesday, the USF College of Public Health presents a 24-hour online giving campaign dedicated to student scholarships.  Supporters of the college can make online gifts from 12 a.m. until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Strategically placed after Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and CyberMonday, Giving Tuesday coincides with the start of […]