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December graduate to use public health as foundation for dental career

December graduate to use public health as foundation for dental career

With a B.S. in Public Health, Kristen Urban will attend dental school next fall, but after six acceptances and one more interview to go, the only question that remains is which school she will choose.

Faculty, staff, and students represent the Arnold School at the 145th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association

Faculty, staff, and students represent the Arnold School at the 145th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association

Numerous Arnold School members attended the American Public Health Association's 2017 Annual Meeting, presenting and participating in a variety of important public health issues.

Greenville County PASOs receives Greenville Health System Pillar Award

Greenville County PASOs receives Greenville Health System Pillar Award

This quarterly honor is given to a program that transforms healthcare for the benefit of the people GHS serves. Programs that receive the GHS Pillar Award are distinguished by their ability to create positive results within the community.

Arnold School launches NIH Proposal Boot Camp to support faculty in efforts to secure federal research funding

Arnold School launches NIH Proposal Boot Camp to support faculty in efforts to secure federal research funding

The program includes large group events and workshops to gain tools and knowledge, peer group activities for sharing ideas, reviewing proposals and providing constructive feedback, and small group work with experienced mentors.

COMD advances field with 20 presentations at the annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention

COMD advances field with 20 presentations at the annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention

The Arnold School's COMD department maintained its significant presence with 20 presentations on topics such as literacy, hearing loss and aphasia by students and faculty at ASHA's 2017 convention in Los Angeles.

Senior Jasmine Douglas takes another step toward public health career through internship with Project IMHOTEP

Senior Jasmine Douglas takes another step toward public health career through internship with Project IMHOTEP

Douglas completed an 11-week internship with Project IMHOTEP, a public health training program that helps develop the knowledge and skills of underrepresented minority students in the areas of biostatistics, epidemiology and occupational health and safety.

Equestrians look to make a difference in Haiti

Equestrians look to make a difference in Haiti

Public health junior Sarah Isgett and four other UofSC equestrian-athletes prepare to travel to Haiti to provide clean drinking water to residents. Learn more with their holiday trip with this story from Gamecocks Online.

Master of health administration alumnus uses degree to protect health of U.S. Marines and provide hurricane relief

Master of health administration alumnus uses degree to protect health of U.S. Marines and provide hurricane relief

Two-time Arnold School alumnus Lieutenant Larry Middleton shares his experiences as a healthcare executive with the United States Navy.

I Am Public Health: Elizabeth Regan

I Am Public Health: Elizabeth Regan

Physical therapist returns to school to earn Ph.D. in exercise science to advance her ability to conduct scientific research and prepare students for careers as physical therapists.

Doctoral students publish high impact study on relationship between pregnancy weight gain and childhood obesity

Doctoral students publish high impact study on relationship between pregnancy weight gain and childhood obesity

Recent Arnold School graduates Junxiu Liu (epidemiology, Ph.D.) and Xinling Xu (biostatistics, Ph.D.) have published a paper on the relationship between prenatal weight gain and offspring's weight outcomes at late infancy and six years of age.

HPEB and EPID doctoral candidates receive 2017 Emerging Scholar in Childhood Obesity graduate research awards

HPEB and EPID doctoral candidates receive 2017 Emerging Scholar in Childhood Obesity graduate research awards

Alicia Dahl and Carlene Mayfield have received the 2017 Emerging Scholar in Childhood Obesity graduate research awards. These awards identify and support future leaders in the area of childhood obesity research.

Researchers publish scientific statement on alcohol and cancer on behalf of the American Society of Clinical Oncology

Researchers publish scientific statement on alcohol and cancer on behalf of the American Society of Clinical Oncology

Anthony Alberg, professor and chair of the epidemiology and biostatistics department, has authored Alcohol and Cancer: A Statement of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

 

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