Upon graduating high school, Dr. Yiliang Zhu knew he would most likely be assigned to work in the countryside. Toward the end of the Cultural Revolution in China in the late 1970s Zhu, a professor in the College of Public Health’s Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, was sent to work as a farmer. He would […]
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How do you go green? Watch this cool video for an idea courtesy of USF College of Public Health graduate student Ryan Ortega and environmental engineering student Robert Bair. They partnered on the 15-second video that earned first-place honors in a contest sponsored by Waste Management.
Nisha Vijayakumar and Megan Reffert are on a mission. The environmental health graduate students are reviving the Air and Waste Management Association. It was once a thriving group in the college, but as active members graduated the program died down. Now, under the guidance of Amy L. Stuart, PhD, an associate professor specializing in air […]