In honor of International Education Week, the department of environmental and global health spotlights two of its international Ph.D. students.
She was recognized for her scientific achievements and potential to be an important contributor in the field of biomedical and pharmaceutical science.
PHHP master and doctoral students in public health co-authored an article that appears in Frontiers in Education.
The award supports her research on sexual and reproductive health.
The article focuses on how arts engagement offers an opportunity to combat mental health inequities.
The fellowship will support Clarke's air quality research in Jamaica.
The awards program aims to prepare doctoral students to become leaders in global research environment and to engage in and strengthen relationships between UF and foreign institutions.
Their findings on a virtual exchange between students in the U.S. and Egypt appear in Frontiers in Public Health.
May Thongthum and Soung Iballa are among the finalist teams selected for the Innovate4Health global design sprint.
The award recognizes a project that has positively impacted target populations through use of media, technology or creative programming.