Alumni Events

Upcoming Events

  • Wed
    28
    Feb
    12:30 pm
    160 Cunz Hall

    "It's as easy - or hard - as ABCD"

    Presented by Rev. John Edgar, executive director and senior pastor, and Sue Wolfe, coordinator, Maternal and Child Health Ministries.

    Rev. John Edgar and Sue Wolf have a long history of public health service.  Rev. John Edgar is the Executive Director of...

  • Wed
    28
    Feb
    6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
    140 Cunz Hall

    This FREE screening offers:

    • A first-hand look at challenges faced by girls in the developing world.

    • Personal stories from nine unforgettable girls, narrated with beautiful videography and animation.

    See the trailer and find out more at www.girlrising.com.

  • Wed
    21
    Mar
    12:30 pm
    160 Cunz Hall

    "Stigma and the Opioid Epidemic in Our State," presented by Tia Moretti, LSW, OCPC

    Tia Marcel Moretti is a Licensed Social Worker and Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant who has been working in the community based mental health and addiction space since 1998. Tia is the 2014 recipient of the of Columbus Public Health...

  • Thu
    29
    Mar
    10:00 am to 2:00 pm
    Great Hall, Ohio Union

  • Sat
    7
    Apr
    10:00 am to 2:00 pm
    OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL TRAINING ACADEMY 740 E. 17th AVENUE, COLUMBUS OHIO 43211

    Explore career opportunities with multiple agencies within the State of Ohio:
    • Administration
    • Agriculture
    • Business Management
    • Clerical
    • Corrections
    • Criminal Justice
    • Customer Service
    • Engineering
    • Environmental Protection
    • Finance
    • Health
    • Information Technology
    •...

  • Wed
    11
    Apr
    9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    Online

    How does it work?
    Register to Review the Recorded Informational Webinar on How the Virtual Fair Works.

    Where do I have to go?
    Nowhere, it all happens online!

  • Wed
    18
    Apr
    12:30 pm
    160 Cunz Hall

    "From Survivor to Thirver," presented by April Thacker, case manager, Freedom a la Cart

    In 2009, Freedom a la Cart founder, Julie Clark, established Doma International as a community-based support program for adult survivors of human trafficking.  Two years later we expanded the program to fill the void between restoration and...

  • Fri
    20
    Apr
    2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
    160 Cunz Hall

    Join us for one of our admissions information sessions to learn more about our graduate programs and admissions process. Sessions are from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the College of Public Health (Cunz Hall). Registration begins at 1:45 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with admissions staff, as well as to meet with faculty from the...

  • Wed
    9
    May
    12:00 pm
    140 Cunz Hall

    Voices from the Community is proud to host a SERtalks lecture: "Race and Mortality in America" featuring Jay Kaufman, PhD, of McGill University

    SERtalks, by the Society for Epidemiologic Research, are a series of half-day to full-day workshops across the country featuring an expert on key epidemiology topics.

    Dr. Jay Kaufman is an...

Announcements

The CPH Diversity and Inclusion Committee is hosting the InterACT Theater Project for Social Change as part of the college's National Public Health Week festivities. It promises to be an entertaining and thought-provoking afternoon. All are welcome!

Mark your calendar for Friday, April 6, from 3 - 4:30 p.m., and stay tuned for more information.

Last year, BSPH graduate Connor Taylor lost his battle with colorectal cancer at the young age of 23. This year, Connor's mother, Carleen, is working with Race for Hope and OhioHealth to sponsor a booth at the Arnold Fencing Classic to promote colorectal cancer awareness and screening. She is looking for volunteers to help at the booth during the following times:

Friday, March 2...

The Practical Playbook and the de Beaumont Foundation are delighted to share the “New Voices Essay Contest,” an opportunity for students and recent graduates of health-related training programs to share their perspectives and interests, with winners to be published in the second printed version of the Practical Playbook.

While the first printed Practical Playbook focused on the “why”...

The State Policy Fellowship program is an exciting career opportunity for master’s level students and recent graduates. The Fellowship is a project of the State Priorities Partnership, a national network of independent state policy organizations in 43 states coordinated by the...

Naloxone, the antidote that reverses opioid overdoses, is available at the Wilce Student Health Center Pharmacy. If you or someone you know is at risk for opioid overdose, please visit the pharmacy to talk about getting a kit.