Public Health Programs News Page

Spring 2016

Student Update: Nicole Rodgers, BSPH ‘16

Student Update: Nicole Rodgers, BSPH ‘16

Nicole Rodgers, BSPH ‘16, interned through the Washington Center Internship program at the Office of Safety and Security at the Peace Corps headquarters in Washington DC. She worked with the Sexual Assault Risk Reduction and Response (SARRR) team with the goal of helping the team gain more...

Go Red Day 2016

Go Red Day - 2016

Why Go Red?  Stroke and Heart Disease are behind 1 in 3 deaths among women each year – that’s approximately one woman every 80 seconds!  For this reason, the American Heart Association started Go Red Week in 2004 to educate the public about the dangers of heart disease, how heart disease...

Fall 2015

Student Spotlight:  Purva Korgaonkar

Student Spotlight: Purva Korgaonkar

Second year Public Health Sciences Doctoral Student, Purva Korgaonkar, recently presented a poster at the Americon College of Epidemiology meeting in Atlanta, GA.  "The title for the American College of Epidemiology poster presentation held on September 28th 2015 was “Relationship between...