The Daily Hampshire Gazette profiles a new pilot program being offered by the School of Public Health and Health Sciences this fall that will allow students, faculty and staff to travel to Cuba to study that nation’s public health system. The new program is a collaboration involving the SPHHS and the International Programs Office with Cuban education and healthcare organizations.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences is pleased to announce the creation of the new SPHHS Center for Student Success (CSS). The CSS will provide enhanced coordination and programming for student academic and career advising, and co-curricular experiences. In addition to announcing the new CSS, Marjorie Aelion, Dean of the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, announced the appointment of Megan Griffin as its Director.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences, in collaboration with the International Programs Office, will offer a new pilot program in the fall of 2017 that allows students, faculty and staff to travel to Cuba to study that nation’s public health system.
Public Health Sciences alumna Eliza Shirazi ’13 leads a team planning to climb Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro to benefit Flying Kites, a Boston-based nonprofit that runs a boarding school for underprivileged children in Kenya.
The SPHHS will present awards for Significant Contributions and Distinguished Young Alumni during its 2017 SPHHS Fall Celebration being held on Saturday, September 23rd.
Public Health Sciences major Nora Ani Cameron has been selected to participate in the Summer 2017 Civil Liberties & Public Policy (CLPP) internship program at Hampshire College.
A senior public health and education major, Welch has been teaching at the Rec Center since 2013, where she has attracted a steady following in the seven group fitness classes she teaches.
The recent Public Health graduate discusses her passion for public health and her career pursuit as a Physician's Assistant.
Luna Hino-Nakayama is a rising senior in the Public Health Sciences program. She's worked in the Morrill Science Center, for the non-profit organization Safe Passage, the STEM Ambassadors Program, and served as the president of the Public Health Club, among her numerous activities.
The SPHHS ceremony recognized its undergraduate Class of 2017.