A team of SPHHS students working as contact tracers at the university's Public Health Promotion Center at the Mullins Center is featured in a new story on the UMass Amherst homepage.
Public Health Sciences alumna Claire Moss ’17 recently received the American Public Works Association (APWA) New England Chapter Young Leader Award.
Alumnae Joycelyn Faraj ‘17PhD (Nutrition) and Wendy Ng ’17 (Public Health Sciences with a secondary major in Nutrition) have been selected for leadership positions within the Boston Alliance for Diversity in Dietetics (BADD).
Nine students from the School of Public Health and Health Sciences recently won UMass Amherst Alumni Association scholarship awards for 2020. The awards were distributed based on outstanding academic achievements, leadership, and community service.
The Delta Omega Honor Society Rho Chapter inducted its 2020 cohort of new members into its ranks this past spring semester.
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.
Public Health alumnus Dr. Charles Pozner '84, an emergency physician and executive director of the Neil and Elise Wallace STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is the co-author of an opinion article published in the Washington Post.
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.
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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