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
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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 training the public health workforce.
Graduate Scholar in Aging Opportunity: Arnold School announces 2020 Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards Program
Through the generous support of Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold, the Arnold School of Public Health is committed to developing future leaders in aging research. This award program recognizes up to two outstanding graduate students.
I Am Public Health: Selena Ready DeConti
Pharmacist enhances career with U.S. Public Health Services by learning holistic approaches to public health as a student in the Online Master of Public health in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior - Professional Program.
Master of Speech Pathology graduate pursues career working with children to help them thrive
During her program, Erin Van Meter learned more about swallowing difficulties and feeding disorders among pediatric populations and discovered an interest in the diagnostic process.
Daniela Friedman guest edits special issue on communication and aging for Journal of Women & Aging
The Journal of Women and Aging, a journal on which HPEB professor Daniela Friedman serves as an associate editor, has published a special issue: Communication and Aging: Challenges and Opportunities for Older Women.
Peace Corps alum graduates with Master of Public Health and continues with Ph.D. in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior
Emily Loud has refined her focus to tobacco control and smoking cessation -- working alongside Jim Thrasher on several of his federally funded projects related to health warning labels on cigarette packs and reduced nicotine cigarette messaging.
Research links adverse pregnancy outcomes, menopausal symptoms to increased risk of cardiovascular disease
Exercise science assistant professor Abbi Lane-Cordova has published research linking certain adverse pregnancy outcomes, menopause symptoms, and estimated risk for heart disease or stroke in the next 10 years.
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Pharmacist Selena DeConti is enhancing her career with U.S. Public Health Services
by learning holistic approaches to public health as a student in the Online Master
of Public health in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior – Professional Program. Read more