Meenakshi Verma-Agrawal earned her MPH in Community Health Education in 2002. She is an Associate Professor of Practice and Assistant MPH Program Director at Simmons University in Boston.
Community Health Education alumna J. Cherry Sullivan ‘05MPH has been named a 2020 Commonwealth Heroine of Massachusetts by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.
Health Promotion and Policy doctoral student Anna Mullany recently hosted her brother, Dr. Luke Mullany, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Medicine, on her IndigoRadio program for an extended special on Epidemiology 101.
The Delta Omega Honor Society Rho Chapter inducted its 2020 cohort of new members into its ranks this past spring semester.
Health Promotion and Policy alumna Meenakshi Verma-Agrawal MPH ’02, an Associate Professor of Practice and Assistant MPH Program Director at Simmons University in Boston, recently appeared on the Experience by Design podcast to discuss how the “design of public health” impacts coronavirus pandemic response efforts.
Gloria DiFulvio (Health Promotion and Policy) and Nathaniel Whitmal (Communication Disorders) are among the 12 UMass Amherst faculty selected by the Center for Teaching & Learning (CLT) as recipients of the 2020-21 TIDE Ambassadors (Teaching for Inclusiveness, Diversity and Equity) faculty fellowship award.
From all disciplines across the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, along with nursing and natural sciences, among other schools and departments, a contingent of students, led by faculty and staff, is finding ways to serve their community during the pandemic.
Susan Lemere, a doctoral student in the Department of Health Promotion and Policy, has been selected for the Justice Community Opioid Intervention Network (JCOIN) Scholar Program. The yearlong research education program is intended to support academics, clinicians, criminologists, and community stakeholders on research in justice settings.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences and its departments and programs hosted a series of virtual celebration events in recognition of its graduating class of 2020.
Health Promotion and Policy doctoral student Anna Mullany recently hosted a series of radio programs addressing the impact of COVID-19 on undergraduate public health students that aired in April on Indigo Radio. Mullany is the host of a weekly show on Brattleboro Community Radio WVEW-LP 107.7 FM.
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