Student Profile: Maria Hinson Tobin
Student Profile: Maria Hinson Tobin

As a Doctor of Public Health student at the UGA College of Public Health, Maria Hinson Tobin has been able to broaden and enrich the knowledge and expertise she leans

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UGA Public Health selects five 2021-2022 Health Equity Fellows
UGA Public Health selects five 2021-2022 Health Equity Fellows

The UGA College of Public Health has announced its second cohort of Health Equity Fellows who will work directly with local government officials in five Georgia cities to carry out

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Student Spotlight: Student found his passion during the pandemic
Student Spotlight: Student found his passion during the pandemic

When he started at the University of Georgia, Jaquarius Raglin had a clear path in mind. He was going to be a biology major with a public health minor, then

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Finding Purpose Fighting Food Insecurity
Finding Purpose Fighting Food Insecurity

On a chilly, Thursday morning in Athens, Georgia, the aroma of sage and gravy floats through the corridors of a local church kitchen where a group of students with UGA’s

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Student Profile: Destany Ware
Student Profile: Destany Ware

Pursuing a Master of Public Health degree in the midst of a pandemic has allowed Destany Ware to gain a first-hand understanding of the importance and breadth of public health.

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Student Profile: Skarlet Velasquez
Student Profile: Skarlet Velasquez

As doctoral student in epidemiology, Skarlet Velasquez has been able to merge her interests in economics, policy and public health into research pursuits aimed at improving the health of women

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Student Profile: Folasade Olaoye
Student Profile: Folasade Olaoye

Health Promotion major and Double Dawg student Folasade Olaoye hopes to address community health disparities by improving access to quality, nutritious food for all. “With a degree in Health Promotion

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Leveraging social media during a disaster
Leveraging social media during a disaster

During a disaster, many people turn to social media seeking information. But communicating during disasters is challenging, especially using an interactive environment like social media where misinformation can spread easily.

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Severe COVID could reduce male fertility
Severe COVID could reduce male fertility

Each day, clinicians and scientists are learning more about the acute and long-term health effects of COVID-19 on the body. A new study from the University of Georgia explores the

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Student Profile: Kelly Fry
Student Profile: Kelly Fry

Environmental health major Kelly Fry wants to play a part in reducing the harmful impacts of environmental contaminants on the health and well-being of communities. “While people can usually change

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Making impacts, creating ripple effects in this year’s magazine
Making impacts, creating ripple effects in this year’s magazine

What does it take to make a difference – in someone’s life, in a community, in the world? Great moments in the history of public health feel monumental in the

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Student Profile: Brynna Allen
Student Profile: Brynna Allen

As an intern with the Campus Kitchen at UGA, health promotion major Brynna Allen has been able to make a difference for older adults and families struggling with food insecurity.

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Student Profile: Charles “Ash” Warnock
Student Profile: Charles “Ash” Warnock

Charles “Ash” Warnock, a doctoral student in the Department of Health Promotion and Behavior, has taken advantage of the opportunities that abound at the College of Public Health to grow

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Student Profile: William McGonigle
Student Profile: William McGonigle

Environmental health major and student ambassador William McGonigle has maximized his experience at the UGA College of Public Health to gain a broader view on the health problems he hopes

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Student Profile: Mechelle Claridy
Student Profile: Mechelle Claridy

Mechelle Claridy, who is pursing a doctoral degree in epidemiology and biostatistics at the College of Public Health, is not only passionate about advancing care for mothers and infants, but

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Misuse of stimulants linked to other drug abuse
Misuse of stimulants linked to other drug abuse

College students who misuse stimulant drugs or nootropics like Adderall or Ritalin are also likely to drink heavily and use other drugs, according to new research from the University of

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UGA students help with contact tracing in Athens
UGA students help with contact tracing in Athens

When K-12 schools in Athens-Clarke County returned in August, new COVID-19 infections were approaching highs the county hadn’t seen since January 2021. Athens, like much of the state, was in

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Student Profile: Jaquarius Raglin
Student Profile: Jaquarius Raglin

Health promotion major and future physician Jaquarius Raglin strives to serve his community. “We have the power to influence and promote positive health behaviors to our peers. Communicating health information

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Student Profile: Anisha Koshy
Student Profile: Anisha Koshy

Master of Health Administration student Anisha Koshy wants to carry forward the lessons she’s learned about healthy equity and leveraging the collective knowledge of the community to reduce barriers to

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Student Profile: Alexeia Garnett
Student Profile: Alexeia Garnett

Alexeia Garnett, who recently graduated with a B.S. in health promotion, credits her switch from a pre-med to a public health degree track for reigniting her passion for service and

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CPH honors outstanding faculty, students, alumni, community members
CPH honors outstanding faculty, students, alumni, community members

In celebration of UGA Honors Week and the end of the 2020-2021 academic year, the College of Public Health recognized more than 70 dedicated faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community

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Student Profile: Ana Balthazar
Student Profile: Ana Balthazar

Ana Balthazar, a health promotion major with minors in both global health and disaster management, has relished the opportunities offered through the College of Public Health to gain hands-on experience

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Student Profile: Abigail Craven
Student Profile: Abigail Craven

On track to pursue a nursing degree next fall, health promotion major Abigail Craven looks forward to putting what she has learned at the UGA College of Public Health into

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Pre-med student helps clinic with COVID-19 protocols
Pre-med student helps clinic with COVID-19 protocols

For Victoria Fonzi, college is about the little moments with friends—cooking dumplings or stir fry together (pre-pandemic) and then debating the meaning of life. “That’s the quintessential college thing too—to

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Student Profile: Itzel Vela Hernandez
Student Profile: Itzel Vela Hernandez

Motivated by a desire to contribute to the greater good, environmental health major Itzel Vela Hernandez is learning how to apply scientific solutions to large-scale community problems. DEGREE OBJECTIVES: B.S

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UGA College of Public Health launches initiative to tackle health inequities in Georgia
UGA College of Public Health launches initiative to tackle health inequities in Georgia

The UGA College of Public Health (CPH) has launched the CPH Health Equity Hub to address the social determinants and racial injustices that drive health inequities in Georgia. The creation

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Student Profile: Kyle Hunsinger
Student Profile: Kyle Hunsinger

Master of Health Administration student Kyle Hunsinger wants to leverage his influence as a future healthcare leader to improve the health of patients and communities. “The knowledge that my work

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CPH announces 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Mini-Grant Winners
CPH announces 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Mini-Grant Winners

Three student-led outreach projects addressing health disparities in the Athens-Clarke County community have been selected for funding through the UGA College of Public Health’s 2021 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Mini-Grants

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UGA student partners with local Council on Aging
UGA student partners with local Council on Aging

In January 2020, Jessica Shotwell gave her first lesson at the Athens Community Council on Aging. Just two months later, the COVID-19 pandemic brought about disruption and uncertainty, and Shotwell’s

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Student Profile: Megan Anandappa
Student Profile: Megan Anandappa

Through local volunteerism and work as an emergency medical technician, health promotion major, and aspiring physician Megan Anandappa is living her passion for community health. DEGREE OBJECTIVE: B.S. in Health

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Student Spotlight: Pastor heads to grad school to learn counseling, health
Student Spotlight: Pastor heads to grad school to learn counseling, health

When she’s not “Pastor Maggie” at Mercy Community Church in Atlanta, Maggie Leonard is a graduate student at the University of Georgia pursuing joint master’s degrees in public health and

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Stepping up, taking action in our latest magazine
Stepping up, taking action in our latest magazine

2020 has been a critical time for public health. When the first COVID-19 cases arrived in Georgia in late February, the UGA College of Public Health demonstrated its commitment to

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Student Profile: Cody Dailey
Student Profile: Cody Dailey

Cody Dailey, a doctoral student and UGA IDEAS Trainee in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, has always enjoyed the complexity of biology and the practicality of math and statistics.

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Faculty, students present at this year’s virtual APHA meeting
Faculty, students present at this year’s virtual APHA meeting

The 2020 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo is going virtual this year and faculty and students at the UGA College of Public Health are joining public health

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Student Profile: Alex Monroy
Student Profile: Alex Monroy

Environmental health major Alexandria (Alex) Monroy’s passion for sustainable living is motivated by a belief that the health and wellness of our planet is essential to the health and wellness

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When you have a stroke may determine if you survive
When you have a stroke may determine if you survive

New research from the University of Georgia found that stroke patients admitted to rural hospitals over the weekend may be at higher risk of death. The study examined the influence

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Student Profile: Isabella Pollard
Student Profile: Isabella Pollard

Through service-learning opportunities available through the College of Public Health, health promotion major and CPH student ambassador Isabella Pollard has been helping older adults lead healthier and happier lives. DEGREE

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Student Profile: Dana Alvin
Student Profile: Dana Alvin

With master’s degrees in both public health and health administration, Dana Alvin is readying herself to meet the critical challenges facing the health care industry, while improving access to high-quality

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CPH student named APHA maternal and child health section fellow
CPH student named APHA maternal and child health section fellow

University of Georgia College of Public Health doctoral student Kandyce Hylick was one of 10 students selected to be a 2020-2021 APHA Maternal and Child Health Section fellow. Fellows are

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Student Spotlight: Building a community for rural students
Student Spotlight: Building a community for rural students

How does an introvert from rural Georgia make friends at UGA? For Briana Hayes, being named Miss University of Georgia changed her whole college experience. The title expanded her network

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Preparation for a safe return underway at CPH
Preparation for a safe return underway at CPH

The countdown to the start of the Fall semester has begun, and the College of Public Health has been hard at work over the summer to welcome our faculty, staff

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McDuffie County intern reflects on summer healthcare work
McDuffie County intern reflects on summer healthcare work

Originally published in the UGA Archway Partnership News. My name is Courtney Chaffin and I am a fourth year undergraduate Health Promotion and Behavior student at the University of Georgia.

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Light drinking may protect brain function in older age
Light drinking may protect brain function in older age

Light to moderate drinking may preserve brain function in older age, according to a new study from the University of Georgia. The study examined the link between alcohol consumption and

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Study reveals birth defects caused by flame retardant
Study reveals birth defects caused by flame retardant

A new study from the University of Georgia has shown that exposure to a now banned flame retardant can alter the genetic code in sperm, leading to major health effects

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Grad student ‘brings’ pets to group homes
Grad student ‘brings’ pets to group homes

Kim Wolf had plans to visit her grandma at a nursing home in Maryland. Then, the global pandemic hit. While COVID-19 has ground much of the world to a stop,

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Student Profile: Megan Bramlett
Student Profile: Megan Bramlett

Megan Bramlett, a first-year doctoral student in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, is one of the faculty, students and staff playing a big part in the UGA College of

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Public health hackathon produces COVID-19 resources
Public health hackathon produces COVID-19 resources

In the last few days before instruction resumed at the University of Georgia, over 90 public health students were hard at work crafting infographics, data visualizations, policy briefs and even

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CPH students develop water tablet to address diarrhea crisis
CPH students develop water tablet to address diarrhea crisis

Three University of Georgia students are developing a tablet that could help global communities access clean water. John Parker, a master of public health (MPH) student at UGA’s College of

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Student Profile: Emily Reeves
Student Profile: Emily Reeves

Emily Reeves, a Master of Public Health student concentrating in epidemiology, is passionate about unbiased, equal access to reproductive healthcare. EXPECTED GRADUATION: May 2020 DEGREE OBJECTIVE: Master of Public Health

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Student Profile: Anthony Keeling
Student Profile: Anthony Keeling

Anthony Keeling is a fourth-year undergraduate student majoring in health promotion whose interest in medicine and healthcare developed into a passion for public health. EXPECTED GRADUATION: Spring 2020 DEGREE OBJECTIVE:

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Student Profile: Cameron Thomas
Student Profile: Cameron Thomas

Cameron Thomas is a fourth-year undergraduate student majoring in health promotion who wants to improve health equity and service delivery for families and children. EXPECTED GRADUATION: Spring 2020 DEGREE OBJECTIVE:

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Many women still face major barriers to breastfeed at work, finds UGA study
Many women still face major barriers to breastfeed at work, finds UGA study

Despite the protections in place to support breastfeeding for employees, the burden still falls on working mothers to advocate for the resources they need, according to a new study from

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Student Profile: Briana Hayes
Student Profile: Briana Hayes

At first glance, Briana Hayes’ list of accomplishments reads like that of a typical high achiever at UGA. She is third-year health promotion major with an interest in community health,

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Amazing Student: Harris Jamal
Amazing Student: Harris Jamal

Harris Jamal’s passion is to make a difference in this world and he is committed to incorporating sustainability into medicine. As a physician, he hopes to “innovate new ways to

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Student Profile: Erica Taylor  
Student Profile: Erica Taylor  

Erica Taylor is a second-year doctoral student in the Department of Health Promotion and Behavior whose research is dedicated towards improving the mental health and prenatal care of minority women

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Students contribute to NE Georgia’s first student-based health clinic
Students contribute to NE Georgia’s first student-based health clinic

This fall, the Clarke County School District (CCSD) opened Northeast Georgia’s first school-based health center (SBHC) on Athens’ east side. One-third of adults and one in four children in Athens-Clarke

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College of Public Health faculty, students head to APHA in Philly
College of Public Health faculty, students head to APHA in Philly

Ahead of the 2019 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo, faculty and students at the University of Georgia College of Public Health are gearing up to share their

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Delta Omega selects doctoral student Jessica Shotwell to present at APHA 2019
Delta Omega selects doctoral student Jessica Shotwell to present at APHA 2019

University of Georgia College of Public Health doctoral student Jessica Shotwell will present her research as part of the Delta Omega poster session at the 2019 American Public Health Association

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Amazing Student: Jessica Shotwell
Amazing Student: Jessica Shotwell

Doctoral student Jessica Shotwell is passionate about public health and is researching ways to facilitate and improve health care systems and health communication platforms so people receive equitable and equal health

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MPH graduate Victoria Jackson featured in UGA Graduate Magazine
MPH graduate Victoria Jackson featured in UGA Graduate Magazine

Victoria Jackson, who graduated in Spring 2019 with a Master of Public Health in health promotion and behavior, was profiled in the most recent edition (Summer 2019) of the UGA

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UGA Amazing Student: Maite Bucher
UGA Amazing Student: Maite Bucher

Ph.D. candidate Maite Bucher is passionate about stimulating collaboration between universities and governments, and supporting women and minorities in scientific fields. Hometown:  Petropolis High school:  Academy of Information Technology at

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College of Public Health celebrates top faculty, students, alumni
College of Public Health celebrates top faculty, students, alumni

At events held throughout April, the UGA College of Public Health and its various units recognized more than 28 amazing students, five dedicated faculty members, seven remarkable alumni, three outstanding

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CPH In the Media: March 2019 Roundup
CPH In the Media: March 2019 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of March 2019: In a report from the Georgia Health News on Georgia’s most recent county health rankings

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UGA study outlines novel ways to engage hesitant vulnerable communities in healthcare improvement
UGA study outlines novel ways to engage hesitant vulnerable communities in healthcare improvement

Be there. Let the community see you. That’s the key to assessing the needs of vulnerable communities according to a new study from the University of Georgia. Community needs assessments

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UGA study finds limited evidence to diagnose bacterial sinusitis
UGA study finds limited evidence to diagnose bacterial sinusitis

Sinus infections remain a leading reason why patients are prescribed antibiotics they don’t need. But that may be because there isn’t a lot of guidance for clinicians on which signs

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Students participate in disease outbreak simulation
Students participate in disease outbreak simulation

Do you ever wonder what would happen if a dangerous disease threatened our community? Who responds? What are the steps taken to contain it and protect the public’s health? Thirty-three

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CPH awards mini-grants to students for community projects
CPH awards mini-grants to students for community projects

New experiential learning program builds community connections, research skills The University of Georgia College of Public Health has awarded mini-grants to four student-led community outreach projects focused on addressing health

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Early menarche linked to high blood pressure in late adulthood, UGA study finds
Early menarche linked to high blood pressure in late adulthood, UGA study finds

The age a woman begins menstruation is associated with having high blood pressure later in her life, according to a team of researchers at the University of Georgia. Specifically, researchers

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CPH In the Media: January 2019 Roundup
CPH In the Media: January 2019 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of January 2019: A 2014 study in the American Journal of Public Health by gerontology researcher Dr. Kerstin Emerson and

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Georgia’s first clinical informatics fellowship program for physicians launches in Athens
Georgia’s first clinical informatics fellowship program for physicians launches in Athens

With the use of electronic health records (EHRs) and other systems, medical professionals have access to more patient and population health information and data than ever before. Yet many who

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PSO Student Scholar: Matt Melatti
PSO Student Scholar: Matt Melatti

For Matt Melatti, the opportunity to be a 2018-19 PSO Student Scholar represents a way to become an active, informed citizen who knows the importance of public service. Hometown: Fayetteville, Georgia

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Student-led program provides health care kits for the homeless
Student-led program provides health care kits for the homeless

Graduate students at the University of Georgia College of Public Health are delivering health care to Athens’ homeless population – one gallon bag at a time. The program, called Community

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CPH In the Media: November 2018 Roundup
CPH In the Media: November 2018 Roundup

UGA College of Public Health news and media mentions for the month of November 2018: Dr. Jenay Beer, a faculty member in health promotion and behavior and the Institute of

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Double Dawg: Jessica Ho
Double Dawg: Jessica Ho

Jessica Ho, an Honors student who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in cellular biology and a Master of Public Health degree, says the Double Dawgs program brings her closer to

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UGA Amazing Student: Dhairya Shukla
UGA Amazing Student: Dhairya Shukla

Dhairya Shukla has packed his time at UGA with public service, research, academics, student organizations, study abroad and more, all of which is setting him on a course to play

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UGA students help Georgia voters identify candidate views on health policy
UGA students help Georgia voters identify candidate views on health policy

Graduate students from the University of Georgia College of Public Health have produced a fact-based health policy tool for Georgia voters, just in time for the state gubernatorial election. The

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UGA and CPH broaden access for students through innovative programs
UGA and CPH broaden access for students through innovative programs

During the week of July 9, the College of Public Health brought 22 rising high school seniors from across Georgia to campus for the Pre-Collegiate Summer Institute (PCSI) in Public Health. The

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College sends off Class of 2018 grads with celebration
College sends off Class of 2018 grads with celebration

On May 4, the University of Georgia College of Public Health honored 230 public health students receiving degrees during its 13th annual Graduation Celebration held in the Athena Ballroom of the

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College praises students, faculty excellence with year-end honors
College praises students, faculty excellence with year-end honors

At events held during the 2017-18 academic year, the UGA College of Public Health and its various units recognized 39 amazing students, three dedicated faculty members, four remarkable alumni, four

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UGA Amazing Student: Frances Dean
UGA Amazing Student: Frances Dean

Frances Dean has taken advantage of hands-on lab research, study abroad and service-learning projects that will help her reach her goal of becoming an epidemiologist so she can work with

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Two public health graduate students use laughs to teach sexual assault prevention
Two public health graduate students use laughs to teach sexual assault prevention

In the era of #MeToo, college campuses are a prime place to be having conversations about sexual assault prevention. But often students lack the proper knowledge or training on how

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TEDxUGA: ‘Be More Than a Bystander’
TEDxUGA: ‘Be More Than a Bystander’

Elizabeth Hardister, a fourth-year student completing her BA in international affairs and MPH in disaster management, was one of three UGA students selected to present TEDxUGA: CONNECT 2018 held March 22, 2018

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Two public health graduate students selected to join CDC’s disease detectives
Two public health graduate students selected to join CDC’s disease detectives

Two University of Georgia graduate students have been selected to join the Centers for Disease Control’s prestigious Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS). John Rossow and Yaribel Torres-Mendoza will begin a two-year,

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MPH student in disaster management named Schwarzman Scholar
MPH student in disaster management named Schwarzman Scholar

College of Public Health MPH student Elizabeth Hardister will continue her studies in China next fall as one of 142 students selected internationally as Schwarzman Scholars, a program designed to

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College faculty, students respond to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey
College faculty, students respond to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey

Two University of Georgia College of Public Health faculty members deployed to Georgia’s State Operations Center (SOC) in Atlanta on Fri. Sept. 8 at the request of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency.

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Dual degree student wins Boren Fellowship
Dual degree student wins Boren Fellowship

Rachel Ward, a student in the Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health dual degree program at the University of Georgia, has been awarded a prestigious Boren Fellowship

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Student Spotlight: Onyeka Okeke
Student Spotlight: Onyeka Okeke

My name is Onyeka Okeke, and I am from Marietta, Georgia. I graduate in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Behavior. I chose to obtain

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Student, faculty achievements celebrated with awards, honors
Student, faculty achievements celebrated with awards, honors

At events held throughout April, the University of Georgia College of Public Health and its various units recognized 39 top students, four outstanding faculty members, seven exceptional alumni, two inspiring

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CPH students win national policy competition with life saving app
CPH students win national policy competition with life saving app

Challenged by the public health threat of distracted driving among teens, students from UGA’s College of Public Health and School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) designed an app that will potentially

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Faculty, students assess community health needs, get hands-on experience

An assessment of community health needs, led by University of Georgia faculty and facilitated by the UGA Archway Partnership, has contributed to a new urgent care center for one middle

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NSF STEM fellowship supports graduate student’s coral health research
NSF STEM fellowship supports graduate student’s coral health research

Even though they occupy less than one percent of the Earth surface, coral reefs are the ocean’s most diverse ecosystems, supporting 25 percent of all marine life, as well as

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Doctoral student receives Schlumberger Fellowship
Doctoral student receives Schlumberger Fellowship

María Eugenia Castellanos has been awarded a 2016-2017 Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Fellowship to fund her research identifying the risk factors associated with tuberculosis transmission in Guatemala and

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UGA student recognized for service, scholarship with Teratology Society award

UGA graduate student Rahat Wadhwa Desai was awarded the 2015 Marie W. Taubeneck Award from the Teratology Society at their 55th annual meeting in Montreal, Canada. The Taubeneck award is presented

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EPI doctoral student wins international fellowship for women in STEM

Dr. Jane Mutanga-Mutembo, a doctoral student in epidemiology at the University of Georgia College of Public Health, has been awarded the 2015-2016 Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Fellowship. The

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Ngan Nguyen named 2014 recipient of the Connie Lloyd Scholarship

Congratulations to HPAM student Ngan Nyugen!  Ngan is the 2014 recipient of the Connie Lloyd Scholarship. The purpose of the Fund is to provide a scholarship to a student in

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EHS doctoral student receives grant from the UGA Office of Sustainability

The University of Georgia Office of Sustainability has awarded $28,000 to fund nine interdisciplinary student projects through its annual Campus Sustainability Grants Program. The program, funded by student green fees,

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Health Promotion student Kate Plumbee wins leadership scholarship

Kate Plumbee, an undergraduate student in health promotion, was one of twelve UGA Honors students recently awarded the William Moore Crane Leadership Scholarship, which recognizes leadership in extracurricular activities and/or

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Twelve students named 2013-14 PSO Student Scholars

Twelve University of Georgia undergraduate students have been selected as Public Service and Outreach Scholars for 2013-2014. Supported by the Office of the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach

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MPH Student named mid-term Foundation Fellow

The University of Georgia Foundation Fellows Program has named five Honors students as mid-term recipients of the university’s premier undergraduate scholarship. The Foundation Fellowship provides a variety of academic, civic

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Undergraduates named 2011-2012 CURO Honors Scholars

A group of first-year honors students at the University of Georgia is gaining investigative knowledge and experience in mentor-guided projects asCURO Honors Scholars with UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities.

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UGA Honors student receives 2011 Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Athens, Ga. – University of Georgia Honors student Muktha Natrajan of Martinez has received a 2011 Gates Cambridge Scholarship. She is among a group of 30 U.S. recipients selected for

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