Posts Tagged Undergraduate Public Health Student Association

Neha Sathe competes in Florida Healthcare Innovation Pitch

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USF College of Public Health undergraduate student Neha Sathe was selected as a finalist at the annual Florida Healthcare Innovation Pitch Competition. Co-sponsored by the USF Center for Entrepreneurship at the USF Muma College of Business, Florida Blue and the USF chapter of the National Academy of Inventors, the state-wide […]

From college to congress, Juan Sanchez takes on Capitol Hill

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“From understanding the behind the scenes legislative process, to witnessing the public health efforts on the Hill, this experience changed the trajectory of my life by motivating me and providing me with insight I would have never grasped elsewhere,” USF College of Public Health undergraduate Juan Sanchez said. Sanchez completed […]

Celebrating our favorite holiday, National Public Health Week

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During the first full week of April each year, the American Public Health Association brings together communities across the United States to observe National Public Health Week (NPHW) as a time to recognize the contributions of public health and highlight issues that are important to improving our nation. To celebrate […]

Public health graduates ready to put passions, new concentration to practice in 2015

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At the close of every semester, the USF College of Public Health honors its graduates before they embark on their professional endeavors.  Students file the stresses of their final semesters in “the past” and prepare themselves for their individual paths – graduate programs, fellowships, careers – whatever the future may […]