Spotlights

May 8, 2017

Hi, my name is Adrianne Smith, and I’m from Gainesville, GA. I am graduating this May from the College of Public Health with both my Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health and Master of Public Health with a concentration in Environmental Health.

I changed my major to EHS after taking a freshman odyssey class with Dr. Luke Naeher. I really enjoyed how it encompasses the many environmental factors (pathogens, toxins, infrastructure...

July 22, 2016

Maite Nunes Ghazaleh, a second-year doctoral student in environmental health science at the College of Public Health, was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to fund her research on coral health. These highly competitive awards recognize and support outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.

Even though they occupy less than one percent of the Earth...

April 6, 2016

My name is Amelia Watson, and I am from Norcross, Georgia. I graduate in May 2016 with an undergraduate degree in Environmental Health Science (BSEH) and a graduate Masters in Public Health (MPH) concentrating in Health Policy and Management.

I chose to get an undergraduate degree in Environmental Health Science because I loved the science I would get to study and the community of the EHS department. Dr. Zimeri was incredibly...

December 3, 2015
Adrianne Smith Spring 2016 CURO Assistantship Recipient

Please join us in congratulating Adrianne Smith, a dual BSEH/MPH student, for being awarded an UGA CURO Assistantship! The Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) strives to facilitate sustained, progressive, and faculty mentored undergraduate research in any discipline. CURO awards students with a $1000 stipend for one semester and gives them the opportunity to gain access to professional development, publishing, and the tools...

November 12, 2015
CURO Assistantship Recipient Jackson Rodgers

Please join us in congratulating Jackson Rodgers for being selected as a UGA CURO Assistantship recipient! The Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) strives to facilitate sustained, progressive, and faculty mentored undergraduate research in any discipline. CURO awards students with a $1000 stipend for one semester and gives them the opportunity to gain access to professional development, publishing, and the tools to build...

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