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Public Health & Prevention Council welcomes new Chair
Preparing for outbreak
SPH alumnus saving lives in India
Public health professor gives back in the BEST way
Civic Council Chair recognized for public health leadership with new scholarship in her name
Health care administrator named MHA Community Partner of the Year
In his keynote address at the 2014 North Texas Health Forum, held during National Public Health Week April 10-11 at UNT Health Science Center, keynote speaker Dan Burden
New BEST Scholars Named
SPH names Kent Palmore as MHA Alumnus of the Year: Honored for developing student internships with Baylor Scott & White Health
Understanding women's victimization in the Emergency Room
And how did you spend YOUR summer?
UNTHSC Assistant Professor Brad Cannell, PhD, has been selected as one of 50 participants for this year’s National Institute on Aging (NIA) Butler-Williams Scholars Program for emerging researchers
MHA program earns CAHME accreditation
Tackling Childhood Obesity Worldwide
New Maternal Child Health Degree
Community Volunteer Named to Public Health Honor Society
SPH Celebrates Commencement
The second annual Blues 4 Breast Cancer fundraiser, benefitting the UNT Health Science Center Texas Prevention Institute, Center for Community Health, will be held in Dallas on June 21
Former pro football player visits SPH
Public health takes global view: India is ‘hot’
Make plans now to attend the 2014 North Texas Health Forum, focused on “The Built Environment, Lifestyle and Health.”
‘Just and socially responsible’ layoffs can mitigate depression among workers
Two School of Public Health graduate students from the Dept. of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences have received national scholarships in essay competitions related to their field of study
Public health professor awarded Fulbright Scholarship to Saudi Arabia
Body style preference of African American females impacting their health
UNT Health Science Center (UNTHSC) School of Public Health (SPH) graduate student Ugochukwu Uzoeghelu (SPH ’14) has been named as one of this year’s Decade Software-(NEHA) scholarship winners.
2nd Annual Health Literacy Symposium
How important is restaurant menu labeling?
UNT Health Science Center joins global WHO network
Giving Voice to the Grief of Infant Mortality