Marsha Davis named dean of UGA College of Public Health

Marsha Davis, a nationally recognized researcher and leader in community-based health promotion programs, has been named dean of the University of Georgia College of Public Health. Davis, a professor in

Marsha Davis to serve as UGA College of Public Health interim dean

The University of Georgia has appointed Marsha Davis, professor and associate dean, as interim dean of the College of Public Health. Davis will officially assume the role on Dec. 1, following the

Marsha Davis named to inaugural class of Women’s Leadership Fellows

Dr. Marsha Davis, professor of health promotion and behavior, is one of nine UGA faculty members selected to hone their leadership skills and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges

Marsha Davis named UGA Administrative Fellow

Four University of Georgia faculty members—Karen Cornell, Marsha Davis, Jeffrey Dean and Susan Thomas—will gain expertise in academic leadership as Administrative Fellows for 2012-2013. The Administrative Fellows program at UGA

UGA launches new certificate in public health data fluency

Public health institutions and health care systems are increasingly relying on data to drive policies, interventions and communications. As a result, learning to work with data and become fluent with

CPH In the Media: October 2021 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of October 2021: Doctoral student Ash Warnock’s study on stimulant abuse among college students was covered by U.S. News

Annual conference celebrates ten years of building toward a healthier Georgia

The University of Georgia’s College of Public Health (CPH) hosted its tenth annual State of the Public’s Health Conference virtually on October 14. For ten years, the conference has brought

UGA’s Cordero to receive AAP award for contributions to the field of pediatric disabilities

University of Georgia professor José F. Cordero has been selected to receive the 2021 Arnold J. Capute award from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Council on Children with Disabilities.

Rural communities rebuild healthy habits

Obesity affects millions of Americans and increases the risk of stroke, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other causes of premature death. The percentage of U.S. adults with obesity has