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CPH undergraduates win national trivia competition

Casey Cen, Sarah Grim, Mindy Hoang, Maria Lucas, Nick Rushlow, Ajay Saraf and Elli Schwartz

The team, made up of Casey Cen, Sarah Grim, Mindy Hoang, Maria Lucas, Nick Rushlow, Ajay Saraf and Elli Schwartz, won the grand prize of $1,000. They were coached by doctoral student Brent Emerson and doctoral candidate Robert Hood. 

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CPH hosts 2nd Annual Student Case Competition

The winning team, from left: Justin Casto, Carra Gilson, Erin Shafer and Corinne Hendrock

The College of Public Health hosted the 2nd Annual CPH Student Case Competition on Tuesday. With a focus on improving infant mortality in central Ohio, six teams of graduate and undergraduate students developed plans to increase community outreach and the enrollment of high-...

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Ohio State takes first place at MHA case competition

Hanna Gottschalk, Billy Menges, Annie Rudick, and Kevin Heckle (pictured above, right to left)

First-year Master of Health Administration students Hanna Gottschalk, Billy Menges and Annie Rudick won first place at the 8th Annual Ohio State University First-year Health Administration Case Competition on March 29.

The Ohio State team took the...

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Learning the language of Mental Health First Aid

Colleen Fitzgibbons, MPH, CHES, program manager for the Center for Public Health Practice

Colleen Fitzgibbons’s burgeoning passion for initiating conversations regarding mental, physical and emotional health started during her undergraduate days at Bowling Green State University, and inspired her to go to Kent State for her master’s in public health.

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More than a number

Julianna Nemeth, PhD, MA

Numbers become people with stories and faces, and statistics are memories and names. For assistant professor of health behavior and health promotion Julianna Nemeth, PhD, MA, her research with domestic violence survivors is more than “just a job.” Engaging with real women...

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CPH students travel to Washington, D.C., for second annual policy trip

CPH students and staff with Rep. Joyce Beatty in Washington, D.C.

Twenty-four CPH students traveled to Washington, D.C. over spring break for a crash course in public health policy and advocacy. This second annual trip, led by Dean William Martin, MD, and accompanying staff, allowed students to explore important public health issues like...

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