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Issue 9- Fall 2022

As we say goodbye to 2022 and hello to 2023, there are so many celebrations and accomplishments the MPH would like to highlight in this issue. We will take a look at some of achievements the Master of Public Health came across during the Fall of 2022. Students were able to engage in activities with community partners as well as partake in several community outreach events. This bulletin reflects a few stories of collaboration, alumni success, program updates, outstanding faculty and helpful resources for UTC students and graduates. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our wonderful community partners, faculty, staff, alumni and students for all of the tremendous and hard-work dedicated to the MPH Program. We hope everyone had a wonderful and safe holiday season and a Happy New Year!

 

Issue 8 – Spring 2022

As we say goodbye to spring and hello to summer, there are so many celebrations and accomplishments the MPH Program would like to highlight in this issue. We will take a look at some of achievements the Master of Public Health came across during the Spring of 2022. Students were able to engage in more in person activities with community partners as well as partake in several community outreach events such as serving in San Salavador, Bahamas. This bulletin reflects a few stories of collaboration, alumni success, program updates, faculty spotlights and helpful resources for UTC students and graduates. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our wonderful community partners, faculty, staff, alumni and students for all of the tremendous and hard-work dedicated to the MPH Program. We hope everyone has a wonderful and safe summer!

 

Issue 7- Fall 2021

As we say goodbye to 2021 and hello to 2022, there are so many celebrations and accomplishments the MPH would like to highlight in this issue. We will take a look at some of achievements the Master of Public Health came across during the Fall of 2021. Students were able to engage in more in person activities with community partners as well as partake in several community outreach events. This bulletin reflects a few stories of collaboration, alumni success, program updates, welcoming new faculty and helpful resources for UTC students and graduates. We would like to take a moment to thank all of our wonderful community partners, faculty, staff, alumni and students for all of the tremendous and hard-work dedicated to the MPH Program. We hope everyone has a wonderful and safe holiday season!

 

Issue 6- Spring 2021

Spring Is The Season For Rebirth,

Renewal, and Regrowth. 

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the MPH Program at UTC has provided support to our community partners in a safe and healthy environment. This is the time to give back to our communities! MPH students, faculty, and staff have been successful in developing strategies that address the needs of our community through programming, volunteering, and listening. The bulletin reflects a few stories of collaboration, alumni success, and helpful resources for UTC students and graduates.

Pictured: MPH student and Program Director support community partnership with the Hamilton County School District, UTC’s School of Education, WCTI PBS, and UTC’s MPH Program. This collaboration provides educational opportunities for children of all ages in the Hamilton County Area.

 

Issue 5 – Summer 2020

Public Health in the Forefront

Although we are all faced with difficult times due to COVID-19, together, we can overcome the biggest challenges. This is the time for public health to take a step forwards and shine. This special issue focuses on the unique ways that the UTC Public Health Program has been engaged in the local Chattanooga community as a part of a collective response to COVID-19. Equally important, we want to take this opportunity to highlight the accomplishments of the first graduating cohort of the UTC Public Health Program – the 2020 Pioneers!


 

MPH and Community Partner Activity

Throughout the year, students work alongside community partners around Chattanooga and surrounding areas. These projects can last anywhere from a semester to a full year. One project that we want…


 

UTC Multicultural Center

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is committed to enhancing the academic, social, personal and professional development of all students through programming, support and activities. They also offer a vibrant student-focused…


 

MPH Alumni Spotlight: Kim Osment

Kim Osment graduated with her MPH in May of 2022 and has since moved to Chicago. She currently works at Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center (ChicagoCAC) as their Communications and Marketing…


 

MPH at Cleveland RAM Clinic   

This semester, MPH students and faculty participated in the Cleveland, TN Remote Area Medical (RAM) Clinic at St. Therese Catholic Church. RAM Clinic provides medical, dental and vision services at…


 

MPH Program & Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC)  

This semester, MPH Professor Dr. Dawn Ford received a grant with TDEC to raise awareness of preventing childhood lead exposure. Dr. Ford and many MPH Students were able to work…


 

PHSA Update: Bake Better Bake Sale  

This semester, the Public Health Student Association (PHSA) held a Bake Better Bake Sale where all baked good items had healthier alternative ingredients for students and faculty to try. Every…


 

Faculty Spotlight: Professor Emily Maddux 

My name is Emily Maddux. I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and a Certified Health Coach (CHC). I have been an RDN for 15 years and a CHC for 7…

 

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