Locally and globally, the need for quality public health professionals has never been
greater. As the only school of public health in South Carolina, the Arnold School
of Public Health is making a vital impact through innovative research, education and
From our broad range of
academic programs to our world-renowned areas of research expertise and far-reaching centers and community programs, the Arnold School of Public Health is preparing future scholars and the public health
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
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
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
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
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.
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Primary care physician returns to school to earn a general Master of Public Health
degree and complete a preventive medicine residency so he can implement community-clinical
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