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First Annual Arnold Aging Lecture to be held on March 29

First Annual Arnold Aging Lecture to be held on March 29

Join the Arnold School of Public health for the Norman J. Arnold 2018 Lecture on Exploring the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease: Epidemiological Evidence from Around the World by Dr. Kenneth M. Langa on March 20 (3 p.m.) at the USC Alumni Center.

Exercise science graduate turns practicum into full-time position, representing Cancer Rehabilitation clinic sites as a marketing specialist for KORT

Exercise science graduate turns practicum into full-time position, representing Cancer Rehabilitation clinic sites as a marketing specialist for KORT

For her six-week practicum experience, Kuiper merged exercise science with marketing at KORT, a physical therapy corporation. KORT was so impressed by Kuiper that when her practicum ended in August 2017, they hired her as a full-time employee.

Arnold School alumnus Graham Adams leads rural health conversation statewide, worldwide

Arnold School alumnus Graham Adams leads rural health conversation statewide, worldwide

His growing expertise of the rural experience and community health led organizers of the Salzburg Global Seminar's Health and Healthcare Innovation event to invite Adams to participate in a session on The Smart Utilization of Technology.

Study finds cardiovascular fitness may serve as predictor for adverse pregnancy outcomes

Study finds cardiovascular fitness may serve as predictor for adverse pregnancy outcomes

Research conducted by exercise science assistant professor Abbi Lane-Cordova provides preliminary evidence for the connection between cardiovascular responses to exercise and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

Communication sciences and disorders department to host Open House on March 23

Communication sciences and disorders department to host Open House on March 23

The department of communication sciences and disorders is hosting an Open House Day for admitted and prospective students, on Friday March 23 (1:30-4 p.m.) Join us for a tour of the facilities and an opportunity to meet faculty.

Heather Brandt receives award from South Carolina Public Health Association for contributions to public health

Heather Brandt receives award from South Carolina Public Health Association for contributions to public health

Over the past two decades, Brandt has worked tirelessly to educate and mentor students, serve in various leadership roles within her field, and advance research and community partnerships in the areas of cancer prevention and control.

Second generation, same degree. EXSC mainstay Gaye Christmus and son pursue MPH degrees 35 years apart

Second generation, same degree. EXSC mainstay Gaye Christmus and son pursue MPH degrees 35 years apart

Gay Christmus, grant writer and editor in the exercise science department, earned a master of public health from the Arnold School. Thirty-five years later, her son, Sam, is pursuing the same degree.

Jamie Lead included in Highly Cited Researchers list by Clarivate Analytics fourth year in a row

Jamie Lead included in Highly Cited Researchers list by Clarivate Analytics fourth year in a row

Compiled annually, the Highly Cited Researchers list recognizes leading researchers in the sciences and social sciences. The 2017 list includes approximately 3,400 highly cited researchers in 21 fields from around the world.

Nominate extraordinary Arnold School students for the 2018 master’s and doctoral achievement awards

Nominate extraordinary Arnold School students for the 2018 master’s and doctoral achievement awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations for its annual student awards that will be presented at the 2018 Hooding Ceremony at the Koger Center.

Health promotion, education, and behavior associate professor Caroline Rudisill joins Arnold School's Greenville Campus

Health promotion, education, and behavior associate professor Caroline Rudisill joins Arnold School's Greenville Campus

The health economist joins UofSC from the London School of Economics and Political Science and will be located at the Arnold School's Greenville Campus, which opened last fall. She holds an associate professor appointment with the HPEB department.

Speech-Tacular project crowdfunds support for clients of USC Speech and Hearing Research Center

Speech-Tacular project crowdfunds support for clients of USC Speech and Hearing Research Center

Learn about the USC Speech and Hearing Research Center’s crowdfunding project, Speech-Tacular, and how it can make a difference in the lives of those with speech, language and hearing challenges.

I Am Public Health: Firas Alhasson

I Am Public Health: Firas Alhasson

Despite growing up among widespread conflict in his native Iraq, Firas Alhasson managed to complete both bachelor's and master's degrees in his war-torn homeland but he wanted to learn more. Now he's breaking new ground in the field of environmental health sciences.

 

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