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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 […]

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.   […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]