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Staff Spotlight: Kollette Clark

As Director of Evaluation and Academic Assessment for the school, Clark's main role is to lead evaluation activities, which includes the various methods used to approve, maintain, document, and evaluate supporting processes.

Arnold School establishes undergraduate scholarship, new lecture in honor of Dean Chandler

In recognition of his 17-year tenure as Dean and his 35 years (and counting) with the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, the Arnold School has launched two new funds in honor of Thomas Chandler.

I Am Public Health: Alexa Chandler

Working in the Sport Science Laboratory, the Ph.D. in Exercise Science candidate conducted research for several Department of Defense- and industry-funded projects - amassing extensive hands-on training in various laboratory techniques.

Chris Aluah's legacy lives on through research on courtesy stigma experienced by HIV professionals

Nearly a decade after his passing, Chris Aluah continues to make an impact. Dedicated to share his work with the world, his HPEB collaborators have successfully published findings from his dissertation research.

Faculty Award Winners recognized at annual Hooding Ceremony

The Arnold School is proud to announce the recipients of the 2024 Faculty Awards: James A. Keith Excellence in Teaching Award (Sheri Silfies), Faculty Research Award (Melissa Nolan), and Faculty Service Award (Toni Torres-McGehee).

New grant aims for lasting increases in physical activity by leveraging existing social ties

Courtney Monroe, an assistant professor in the Arnold School's Department of Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior has been awarded $3M from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

Exercise science recognizes seven students with department awards

The Department of Exercise Science has selected seven students from among those nominated by faculty members, to receive the 2024 Outstanding Exercise Science Student Awards.

May graduate preps for career in psychiatric epidemiology

M.S. in Epidemiology student Paige Jones believes that her coursework and work experiences have prepared her for positions in a research lab, health department or hospital settings.

Passion for public health paves path for graduate to make an impact

As an undergraduate research assistant in the Nolan Lab of Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases, Titi Abiodun became even more passionate about using science to improve public health.

Health services policy and management student award winners announced

The Department of Health Services Policy and Management is proud to announce the recipients of their 2024 Student Awards. These students were selected for their outstanding performance both academically and outside the classroom.

Pandemic inspires passion for public health and pediatric medicine

Anika Nair She graduates this month with Leadership Distinction in Research and is the recipient of the USC Outstanding Senior and President's Awards. She is planning a career in pediatric medicine.

Carolina Band member launches medical career with foundation in public health

At the Arnold School, Bryan Wolf became passionate about understanding health on a macro scale, including the nuances of health care systems and developing cultural competence. He served also as an ambassador.

 

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