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DPT graduate completes degree with support from peers and faculty to land position as pediatric physical therapist

DPT graduate completes degree with support from peers and faculty to land position as pediatric physical therapist

Sarah Pate's hard-fought battle to graduate with her cohort this past December was further bolstered when Pate received an offer to join Kidnetics as a pediatric physical therapist.

Exercise science graduate volunteers her way through her undergraduate experience to prepare for a career in pediatrics

Exercise science graduate volunteers her way through her undergraduate experience to prepare for a career in pediatrics

A December graduate, Effie Spears will be working to improve public health in Lancaster at the J. Marion Sims Foundation where she interned last summer, and she'll be preparing her medical school applications.

Nominate outstanding Arnold School graduates for one of two Arnold School alumni awards

Nominate outstanding Arnold School graduates for one of two Arnold School alumni awards

The Arnold School of Public Health is seeking nominations to recognize outstanding alumni with 2018 awards in two categories: those who graduated in 2007 or earlier and those who graduated in 2008 or later. Recipients will be honored at the 2018 Hooding Ceremony.

Senior Angelette Weaver leverages public health foundation to launch nursing career

Senior Angelette Weaver leverages public health foundation to launch nursing career

Now nearing the completion of her degree, Weaver believes that public health has given her the foundation to pursue a nursing degree so that she can utilize the two backgrounds together.

National Aphasia Association spotlights USC Aphasia Lab

National Aphasia Association spotlights USC Aphasia Lab

The National Aphasia Association (NAA) has featured the USC Aphasia Lab and their tailgating event, which brings together participants, their families, and lab members, in their Affiliate Highlight series.

Doctoral students Firas Alhasson (ENHS) and Min Jee Lee (HSPM) named 2018 Breakthrough Graduate Scholars

Doctoral students Firas Alhasson (ENHS) and Min Jee Lee (HSPM) named 2018 Breakthrough Graduate Scholars

Firas Alhasson, an ENHS doctoral candidate, and Min Jee Lee, a HSPM doctoral student, were identified as Breakthrough Graduate Scholars due to their exceptional performance and achievements in their programs.

Mohammed Baalousha (ENHS) and Brie Turner-McGrievy (HPEB) named 2017 Breakthrough Stars

Mohammed Baalousha (ENHS) and Brie Turner-McGrievy (HPEB) named 2017 Breakthrough Stars

Selected by peers based on early career achievements, Breakthrough Stars exceed expectations in their fields, demonstrate exceptional potential and make outstanding contributions to research and scholarship.

Health services policy and management professor and rural health expert Janice Probst receives 2018 Breakthrough Leadership in Research Award

Health services policy and management professor and rural health expert Janice Probst receives 2018 Breakthrough Leadership in Research Award

The HSPM professor was chosen from among numerous nominations across the university for her mentorship of junior faculty, establishment of a research center with wide-reaching impact, community engagement and creation of programs aimed at increasing diversity.

Environmental health sciences alumna wins Environmental Safety and Health Excellence Award

Environmental health sciences alumna wins Environmental Safety and Health Excellence Award

One year into her role at Lockheed Martin Corporation, Arjamand Sami received an award for establishing a robust ozone-depleting substance program that works to lower greenhouse emissions and engages in green practices of ozone-depleting substance disposal.

I Am Public Health: Akhtar Hossain

I Am Public Health: Akhtar Hossain

Doctoral candidate combines passion for statistics and public health to forge career in biostatistics.

Third generation UofSC graduate to attend USC School of Medicine Greenville after completing bachelor's degree in public health

Third generation UofSC graduate to attend USC School of Medicine Greenville after completing bachelor's degree in public health

The Easley, South Carolina, native's path has moved more quickly than most. She is graduating a semester early and received early acceptance to USC School of Medicine Greenville, which she will attend next fall.

Public health graduate joins Peace Corps to kick off career improving maternal and child health around the world

Public health graduate joins Peace Corps to kick off career improving maternal and child health around the world

She chose UofSC for her undergraduate degree due to the welcoming campus, opportunity to walk on the track and field team and its status as home to the only accredited school of public health in the state.

 

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