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MPH Student April Morrissett Interns with PCORI

BSCH student April Morrissett is completing her MPH internship with the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), which is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Washington, D.C. PCORI is tasked with […]


BSCH Holiday Celebration

BSCH Faculty, Staff, Doctoral students and family and friends celebrated the holiday season. Children and adults alike enjoyed the White Elephant Gift Exchange, as well as the Ugly Sweater contest. […]



BSCH students, faculty, and alumni recently attended the American Public Health Association’s annual conference. Dr. Mark Hart spoke on his work utilizing avatars for HIV education with the Rural South […]

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BSCH Doctoral Students Receive APHA Student Association Awards

Third year doctoral candidates Nicole Cranley and Jenn Nguyen received awards from the American Public Health Association Student Association for their contributions and commitment to increasing collaboration and involvement among […]

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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. […]

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 […]

Health in a Heartbeat

Taking a bite out of rabies

In this day and age, rabies could be misconstrued as an affliction limited to works of fiction: “Old Yeller,” “Cujo” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” come to mind. But rabies is still a threat...

Holiday treat has healing effects

The holiday season is over, which means it is time to pack up the decorations. However, there is at least one tradition that could have perks if enjoyed year-round. Experts say peppermint — often...

Exercise may change our perception of pain

Have you ever felt it? Sore muscles that warm up and feel less painful as you head out for a jog? It may be because the muscles begin to loosen up. But scientists have also found that the body...

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