Dr. Amir Alakaam, associate professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at UTC and director of its Master of Public Health program, recently received a $332,500 grant from the Tennessee Department of Public Health.
The overall objective of a Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation grant is for UTC MPH students to work with licensed childcare facilities in Hamilton, Bradley and Marion counties to test their drinking water for lead.
“People, Planet, & Profits: The triple bottom line of outdoor recreation, conservation, and public health for the Chattanooga, Tennessee region” placed second in the “Spatial Analysis using ArcGIS StoryMaps” category at the 2022 Esri User Conference Map Gallery.
A travel abroad experience brought students in the Master of Public Health program to tiny San Salvador Island.
A Blue Zones Greater Chattanooga event brought more than 250 community members to the UTC campus.
Taylor Moore is now part of health communications for the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education.
The U.S. Department of Education has given its seal of approval to the UTC Master of Public Health program.
“Run, Degu, Run!” is an ecology-themed board game designed to inspire middle and high school students to become interested in science.
Shewanee Howard-Baptiste takes reins of master’s of public health Chronic Disease Prevention and Control program.
New graduate helps chase COVID-19 infections across 10 counties in Southeast Tennessee.