Spotlights

March 15, 2017
Jennifer Gay, Health Promotion & Behavior Faculty Member

Focus on Faculty - Jennifer Gay

Where did you earn degrees and what are your current responsibilities at UGA?

I earned my Ph.D. in health promotion, education, and behavior from the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health, my Master of Science in sport and leisure services from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and my Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of South...

December 19, 2016

As a young alumna new to Texas, Shannon Hanby connected with the local Austin alumni chapter and was pleased to find a little bit of Athens in Austin. Today, Shannon is president of the Austin Chapter.

When did you graduate from UGA and what are you up to now?
I graduated from undergrad in 2010 and grad school in 2012. I now work at the University of...

December 6, 2016

Congratulations to DrPH alum Dr. Jamila M. Porter for winning the 2016 APHA/ICHES Best Paper Award! The ICEHS determined that Dr. Porter's paper "Effects of a State Complete Streets Law on Pedestrian Fatalities in Florida: A Multi-Method Policy Process and Outcomes Evaluation" made an excellent contribution to the field of injury control and emergency prevention. Great job Dr. Porter!

October 19, 2016
Included in the photos are MRC volunteers and Disaster Management students:  Ang

UGA College of Public Health Medical Reserve Corps volunteers (MRC) and Disaster Management Students work to prepare citizens in Hall County for flu season.

North Health District 2 and the Hall County Health Department partnered with J.A. Walters YMCA to conduct a drive thru flu clinic on Monday, October 19th at the YMCA facility.  In support of this effort, District 2 Emergency Preparedness Director, Mark Palen,...

June 17, 2016

My name is Urvashi Pandya and I am a fourth year undergraduate student from Johns Creek, GA double majoring in Health Promotion & Behavior and Spanish. I graduated from my Spanish degree this May and will formally graduate from the College of Public Health in the fall after completing my internship (although I will get to walk with my amazing classmates in May!). When coming into college and selecting a major, I wanted to ensure that the...

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