12/30/2022  
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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!


 

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Charlene Schmidt

Char Schmidt, PhD, RDN, LDN As a first-year student in Fond du Lac, WI pursuing a health-related undergraduate degree, my chemistry professor warned me that I was not college material.…


 

MPH at American Public Health Association National Conference

This year The American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Conference was held in Atlanta, GA. Current MPH students, alumni, faculty and staff were able to reconnect and learn about public…


 

ACEND Site Visit

UTC MPH Nutrition and Dietetics had a successful accreditation site visit with the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) in October 2023! Thank you to our students, faculty, and staff…


 

MPH and Community Partner Training  

The MPH Program held training for faculty, students, and preceptors in September 2023. The meeting began with a time to network with everyone involved. The training covered information about our…


 

American Heart Association Heart Walk  

The MPH Program participated in the American Heart Association’s annual Heart Walk in September to help support and raise money for heart disease and stroke. The walk took place at…


 

Community Partner Spotlight:  Austin Hatcher Foundation

Meet Anna Fung!   Educational Background: Bachelors in Occupational Sciences from University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS (2010-2014). Master in Occupational Therapy from University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas…


 

PHSA: Bowling for Boobs Fundraiser  

This October, the Public Health Student Association hosted a Bowling for Boobs Fundraiser at Splitz Alley where the proceeds went to the American Cancer Society to help support breast cancer…


 

MPH at Hamilton County RAM Clinic

The 2023 Hamilton County Remote Area Medical (RAM) Clinic was a great success! MPH students, staff and even alumni came and served our community helping provide free dental, vision, and…

 

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