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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.
Rural and Minority Health Research Center partners with Sisters of Charity Foundation to produce report on poverty in South Carolina
When Melinda Merrell, a research assistant professor with the Rural and Minority Health Research Center, was invited to help lead a study on the structural factors associated with poverty in South Carolina, she gladly accepted.
I Am Public Health: Tina B. Leonard
Tina Leonard, a Court Liaison for the UofSC School of Law Children's Law Center, pursues Online MPH in HPEB - Professional Program degree to complement her background in social work and more than a decade of professional experience helping others.
Daniela Friedman named editor for the Journal of Women & Aging
After years of contributing to the Journal of Women & Aging as associate editor, editorial board member, guest editor and manuscript reviewer, HPEB professor/chair Daniela Friedman has been selected to lead the journal as editor.
Lynsey Keator awarded New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship from American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation
Keator, a Ph.D. in COMD student, is one of just a dozen or so individuals from across the country to receive a $10,000 New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.
Jamie Lead partners with Mote Marine Labs to tackle harmful algal blooms using nanotechnology
The collaboration will explore the feasibility of using CENR's patented nanotechnology approach to remove Karenia brevis cells and brevetoxin (also known as Red Tide) from estuarine and marine waters.
Master of Health Administration student wins scholarship from Commission on Accreditation for Healthcare Management Education
Only one semester into program, Haley Kirby was notified that she had been selected as one of just two recipients nationwide to receive the Tim Campbell Scholarship from the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education.
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Tina Leonard, a Court Liaison for the UofSC School of Law Children’s Law Center, is
pursuing an Online Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Promotion, Education, and
Behavior - Professional Program degree to complement her background in social work
and more than a decade of professional experience helping others. Read more