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MPH Student, Marissa Valentine-King “Rocked” Public Health in 2017

Environmental and Global Health student, Marissa Valentine King, was recognized by the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice for the Students Who Rocked Public Health 2017. This is the second […]

Apply Now to Masters of Health Science One Health

Applications for the University of Florida’s Masters of Health Science Program in One Health are open. Join the Department of Environmental and Global Health for trans-disciplinary training, one-on-one mentorship, research experience and […]

EGH Faculty meet Mayor of Jacmel

Several faculty members from the Department of Environmental and Global Health met and spoke with Marky Kessa, Mayor of Jacmel, Haiti during his recent visit to Gainesville. Jacmel is a longtime […]

MHS student, Nick Dowhaniuk, publishes article with National Geographic

Environmental and Global Health MHS student, Nick Dowhaniuk, recently published “Sleeping on fire: A trip to Africa’s most dangerous volcano, in an active conflict zone” for National Geographic. As part of his […]

Dr. Sabo-Attwood Participates in a Leadership Event for African Women

The Society for Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Africa Conference hosted a workshop on women’s leadership in Calabar, Nigeria October 18, 2017. The event hosted 3 speakers, Dr. Artie Gerts from […]

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