GCH Students Clean Up Occoquan River
Global and Community Health students volunteered during the annual Occoquan River Clean Up. Learn more about their efforts.
GCH Student Receives ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship
Erica Street, an MPH candidate graduating this May, has received an ASPPH/CDC Public Health Fellowship for 2016-2017. Read more about the fellowship.
Two GCH Students Presented At OSCAR’s Fifth Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship
Two Global and Community Health (GCH) students, Samantha Brown and Courtney Harris, both community health majors, presented during OSCAR’s Fifth Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship on May 4. Learn more about their presentations.
First Analysis Exploring Evolving Epidemiology of Cryptosporidiosis
In a new study, Julia Painter, assistant professor of global and community health, along with colleagues at the CDC’s Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases, conducted the first analysis of the epidemiology of cryptosporidiosis cases in the United States. Read more about the study.
GCH Professor Kathryn Jacobsen Talks to CCTV About World Immunization Week
GCH Professor Kathryn Jacobsen talked to CCTV America earlier this week in recognition of World Immunization Week. Watch the clip and read her interview.
GCH Students Participate in Clinton Global Initiative University
Three Department of Global and Community Health students were part of a group of 14 Mason students who participated in the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU) at UC Berkeley, April 1-3. Learn more about CGIU.
CHHS Honors Students At Annual Awards Ceremony
The College of Health and Human Services recognized 53 undergraduate and graduate students at the annual Student Awards Ceremony on April 20. Learn more about the awards.
GCH Student Moderated Panel At Consortium of Universities for Global Health Annual Meeting
Tara Caton, an MPH student concentrating in epidemiology, organized and moderated a panel at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health’s 7th annual meeting in San Francisco on April 8, 2016. Read more about the meeting.
GCH Professor Selected for Research Scholar Mentoring Program
Matthew Rossheim, assistant professor in the Department of Global and Community Health, was selected as a mentee in the American Academy of Health Behavior’s (AAHB) Research Scholar Mentoring Program for 2016. Learn more about the program.
GCH Student Presents At National Conference On Undergraduate Research
Harper Lovegrove, a global and community health major with a concentration in nutrition, presented her research at the 30th annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Read more about her research.
GCH Professor Recognized With University Teaching Excellence Award
Ali Weinstein, associate professor in the Department of Global and Community Health, received a University Teaching Excellence Award from Mason’s Center for Teaching & Faculty Excellence on April 11. Learn more about the award.
Examining Urbanization, Political Conflict, and Intimate Partner Violence in the Ivory Coast
A new study, co-authored by Jhumka Gupta, assistant professor of global and community health and principal investigator of this work, explores how physical and social characteristics of urban, conflict-affected environments contribute to intimate partner violence against women in Abidjan, the most populous city in Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). Read more about the study.
GCH Students, Alumna Advocate During END7 Event
Three students and one alumna from the Department of Global and Community Health attended the second annual END7 Student Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill on March 1.