Master Of Public Health
MPH grad Johanzynn Gatewood uses writing talents to keep the public safe
As Johanzynn Gatewood, an ORISE Health Communication Fellow in the Travelers’ Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approached the gate of her new workplace last October, she paused for a second to take it all in.
MPH Spring Social
On April 12, the PHHP Master of Public Health Program celebrated with graduating and current students at the Spring Social.
MPH students connect over board games
Campus MPH students play Monopoly. On Monday, March 26, MPH students got together over lunch for some friendly competition.
MPH student in Epidemiology, Veronica Richards, takes fourth place with UF team at Emory Global Health Case Competition
UF team members Hannah Lyons, Cheyenne Cheng, Veronica Richards, Leanne Dumeny and Arpan Parekh A University of Florida team received honorable mention, the highest a UF team has placed, at the 2018 International Emory Global Health Case Competition.
Public Health Spring Service Events
Public Health students and alumni participated in Project Makeover at Myra Terwilliger Elementary School on February 24.
SBS Students Attend Peace4 Communities Gathering
Brandy Stone (SBS MPH student) and Lindsey King (SBS PhD candidate) attended the first Peace4 Communities Gathering hosted by Peace4Tarpon on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at St. Petersburg College in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Brandy and Lindsey had the opportunity to connect with visionary “Peace4” leaders, such as the…
Gordon Publishes in Thrive Global
Eliza Gordon, joint-MPH/PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology candidate, published an article entitled “So You Think You’re a Food Addict” in Thrive Global. Written for the general public, the piece gives a straightforward introduction to the controversial concept of “food addiction”, and includes some practical, research-based suggestions. Read more…
Hart Publishes Research on How Public Health Professionals Use Twitter
Director of Online Masters of Public Health and Clinical Assistant Professor in Epidemiology Mark Hart, EdD, recently had his research featured on the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) website. In his two-part series on Twitter and Public Health, published in Journal of…
PHHP Wins Booth Prize at APHA
The College of Public Health and Health Professions received a third place prize in the Best Booth competition at the recent American Public Health Association (APHA) meeting in Atlanta. Booths were judged on creativity, innovation, ambiance, display, visual impact, and interactivity features. The clean, modern design for this…