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Advancing reproductive health, rights, and justice; Arnold School adjunct faculty Deborah Billings leads the way

Advancing reproductive health, rights, and justice; Arnold School adjunct faculty Deborah Billings leads the way

Adjunct faculty member (HPEB) and affiliate (HSPM) Debbie Billings has spent three decades working to ensure that women and men around the world have the information and access they need to govern their own bodies and lives.

Arnold School's Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders grows literacy expertise

Arnold School's Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders grows literacy expertise

Five years ago, the Arnold School saw the opportunity to develop a strong literacy core within COMD. Today, the literacy program is led by four tenure-track faculty and is outpacing the majority of their peer programs at other universities.

Ten Arnold School graduate students earn 2016-2017 SPARC Graduate Research Grants

Ten Arnold School graduate students earn 2016-2017 SPARC Graduate Research Grants

Arnold School graduate students from EXSC, HPEB, and EPID/BIOS have earned 2016-2017 SPARC Graduate Research Grants from the USC Office of the Vice President for Research to fund individual scholarship initiatives.

Public health major Ross Lordo wins election to become 109th student body president

Public health major Ross Lordo wins election to become 109th student body president

Ross Lordo, a senior majoring in public health and the sitting vice president of the USC student body, has been elected the 109th student body president of the University of South Carolina.

CPARG receives $225K grant to deploy SHAPES training program to increase physical activity at childcare centers across state

CPARG receives $225K grant to deploy SHAPES training program to increase physical activity at childcare centers across state

With funding from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina Foundation, this project will provide SHAPES online training to increase physical activity and prevent childhood obesity among children at preschools and childcare centers in South Carolina.

Clinical Assistant Professor Jason Wigand (COMD) receives inaugural Bright Beginnings Award from South Carolina Academy of Audiology

Clinical Assistant Professor Jason Wigand (COMD) receives inaugural Bright Beginnings Award from South Carolina Academy of Audiology

This prestigious award has been created to honor S.C. audiologists who have provided excellent clinical care, participated in advocacy, volunteered their time, and otherwise demonstrated superior commitment to the field of audiology.

COMD's Crystal Murphree-Holden receives 2017 Kleffner Clinical Career Award from S.C. Speech-Language-Hearing Association

COMD's Crystal Murphree-Holden receives 2017 Kleffner Clinical Career Award from S.C. Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Crystal Murphree-Holden, a clinical instructor and the director of distance education in COMD, has been named the recipient of the 2017 Frank R. Kleffner Clinical Award from the South Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

USC leadership continues building relationships with Chinese universities with trip to Nanjing, Hong Kong and Macau

USC leadership continues building relationships with Chinese universities with trip to Nanjing, Hong Kong and Macau

Arnold School collaborations with Chinese universities are critical to Global Carolina--USC's effort to advance internationalization through student engagement, research collaborations, faculty exchanges, and other dual projects and programs.

UofSC sophomore selected for national public policy and leadership conference at Harvard University

UofSC sophomore selected for national public policy and leadership conference at Harvard University

Taylor Wright, a sophomore public health major in the Honors College from Goose Creek, S.C., has been selected to attend the 17th annual Public Policy and Leadership Conference at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Robert L. Frank establishes The Elaine M. Frank Endowed Fellowship Fund to support COMD doctoral students

Robert L. Frank establishes The Elaine M. Frank Endowed Fellowship Fund to support COMD doctoral students

Robert L. Frank has gifted the Arnold School $100,000 to establish an endowment in memory of his wife, Elaine M. Frank, who retired from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2013.

I Am Public Health: Andrew Jones

I Am Public Health: Andrew Jones

Primary care physician returned to school to earn a general Master of Public Health degree and complete a preventive medicine residency so he can implement community-clinical linkages in a primary care setting.

Office for the Study of Aging gets new leadership

Office for the Study of Aging gets new leadership

Arnold School of Public Health administrators Daniela Friedman and Lee Pearson will lend their collective leadership and expertise in aging issues to the Arnold School’s Office for the Study of Aging (OSA) as co-directors.

 

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