Public Health Student Recognized with Harry S. Truman Scholarship

April 17, 2015 Categories: Public Health, Oral Health

David Danesh headshot

David Danesh, a junior at Ohio State pursuing a degree in microbiology with a minor in global public health, is the seventh student in Ohio State’s history to be awarded a Harry S. Truman Scholarship. 

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Future Healthcare Leaders Compete in Third Annual Case Competition

April 15, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: MHA, HSMP, Students, Alumni

Students from seven Health Administration programs around the country came together on April 10 for the third annual Ohio State Health Care Management Case Competition hosted by The Ohio State University College of Public Health Master of Health Administration program and the Association of Future Healthcare Executives (AFHE).

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International Medical Corps Honored with Thompson Public Health Award

April 8, 2015 by Tessie Pollock | CPH Communications
Categories: Global Health, Infectious Disease, Events

The Ohio State University College of Public Health awarded International Medical Corps the Thompson Public Health Award for its international public health efforts. Ambassador William J. Garvelink, senior advisor for global strategy at International Medical Corps visited Columbus to receive the award.

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Public Health Undergraduates Recognized at Denman Research Forum

April 2, 2015 Categories: Undergraduate, BSPH, Student Research

Greg Zivich at Denman Forum

Congratulations to the Public Health undergraduate students who were recognized at the 20th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum this spring. More than 600 students in all disciplines presented posters on their research and creative activity projects on March 25 at the RPAC.

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Sexual Violence Top Concern for Ohio State Student Government

April 2, 2015 Categories: Students, Undergraduate, Community, BSPH

As an advocate for over 51,000 students, Celia Wright, Ohio State student body president and Public Health student, has taken on a variety of challenges while in office. One of the most important issues: sexual violence among college students. 

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Ohio State well represented at Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Annual Meeting

March 30, 2015 Categories: CERTS, cph, Research

In late February, over 20 faculty and staff members from the College of Public Health attended the annual meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) in Philadelphia. The SRNT is the leading association focused on this special area of research. 

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Public Health alumnus presents award winning work on patient-centered medical homes

March 25, 2015 Categories: Biostatistics, healthcare, Policy

A rising star has emerged from the College of Public Health, Division of Biostatistics. Robert Ashmead, PhD ‘14 is a recipient of The Health Policy Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association Student Paper Competition. Ashmead will present his work at the 2015 Joint Statistical Meetings, the largest gathering of statisticians in North America, held in Seattle this August.

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Students raise awareness of infant mortality with campus community

March 16, 2015 Categories: Students, Multicultural health, Community, Outreach

Infant mortality has recently been at the forefront of public health conversations. With Ohio ranking 46th in infant mortality, it is an issue that has many Ohioans concerned and looking for opportunities to raise awareness.

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Ohio State Public Health program ranked 19th in the country

March 11, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: cph, Alumni, Public Health

US News & World Report has released their

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Public health student speaks on the beauty of connectivity at TEDxOhioStateUniversity

March 5, 2015 by Colleen Herr | Communications Coordinator
Categories: Undergraduate, Connectivity

So often, technology is blamed for replacing face to face communication.  However, College of Public Health undergraduate student, Mushtaq Dualeh, used technology to create the opposite effect, to bring people together.

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