Dr. Anne Glass, associate director at the Institute of Gerontology and associate professor of health policy and management, was recently recognized as fellow in the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), as part of its Social Research, Policy and Practice Section.
All 56 of the new fellows chosen for 2013 were honored during the GSA’s 66th annual scientific meeting held in New Orleans this November.
MPH students Kiersten Roberson and Thomas Brown recently co-authored an article in the Athens Banner Herald advocating for integrating physical activity into one's life for better health.
“All physical activity counts, even those small measures of physical activity will help contribute to a greater quality of life,” Bodyplex Athens Training Director Robert Patton.
Read the entire article online at the Athens Banner Herald.
NewPublicHealth.org is looking to interview students to feature in a new series.
Athens Regional Medical Center is looking for interns for Spring 2014 in the following areas:
The Athens Banner Herald recently reported on tremendous success of the Annual Athens AIDS Walk held Oct. 19, 2013.
The event is sponsored by the University of Georgia’s College of Public Health. It's goal is to support and facilitate the growth of HIV/AIDS advocacy, prevention and support. This year, the 4th Athens AIDS Walk, exceeded in the number of participants and the dollar amount raised.read more
The collaboration between the College of Public Health and the UGA Archway Partnership was recently featured in "UGA Beyond the Arch: The Year in Review 2012-13," a publication of the Office of the Vice President for Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia.
Dean Dr. Phillip Williams, Associate Dean for Outreach and Engagement Dr. Marsha Davis, and CPH graduate Lauren Culp, MPH, are featured. read more