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SBS Students Present at GSC Research Day

Three students from the Department of Behavioral Science and Community Health Presented original research at the annual Graduate Student Council (GSC) Research Day: Jennifer Wong, Parker Hinson, and Nichole Stetten. […]

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Rural South Public Health Training Center Awarded Grant Funding

The Rural South Public Health Training Center was recently awarded additional grant funding. This will be the 4th year of the center’s existence. They have trained over 3,000 public health […]

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BSCH Adds Two New Doctoral Students

The department added two new doctoral students this August, Karishma Chhabria and Esther Piervil (pictured left).  Karishma Chhabria, originally from India, earned her Bachelor in Pharmacy degree from University of […]

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Doctoral Student Featured as SOPHE 30 under 30

Doctoral Student Featured as SOPHE 30 under 30

BSCH doctoral student Jessie King was selected as one of SOPHE’s 30 under 30 as part of National Health Education Week. The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) was founded […]

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Shantrel Canidate Awarded NIH Diversity Supplement

BSCH Doctoral student Shantrel Canidate was recently awarded a 2-year Diversity Supplement from NIH. The diversity supplement will support mentoring and supervised research experience. Per the NIAAA website : “Diversity […]

Doc Students Publish Piece on Music Interventions in Quality of Life Care

Doc Students Publish Piece on Music Interventions in Quality of Life Care

After recent BSCH doctoral graduate, Dr. Chandylen Nightingale, was invited to write a review manuscript for OA Alternative Medicine, she formed a team of doctoral students and faculty from the […]

Health in a Heartbeat

Tired of turkey? Try a Thanksgiving alternative

Like peanut butter and jelly, Halloween and candy, and red, white and blue, Thanksgiving dinner and turkey just go together. But what if you aren’t a fan of turkey or have special dietary...

Think TV is the answer to your stressed-out work prayers? Think again.

Look at that couch. And your favorite movie is already conveniently in the DVD player. Doesn’t that set up look inviting? Especially after a tough day at work? Research published recently in the...

Pediatric tuberculosis may be more common than currently believed

In the United States, tuberculosis is rare nowadays. But in developing countries, it kills more people than any other infectious disease except AIDS. The World Health Organization estimates that...

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