“Smart Foodsheds” project aims to improve food security in Columbus, Sacramento

A new NSF-funded project involving CPH assistant professor of environmental health sciences Ayaz Hyder, PhD, focuses on improving food security and community health through smarter regional food systems. Although food is mass produced to feed the world’s population, health and nutritional disparities like food insecurity still affect millions of lives. Working to address these disparities… Read More “Smart Foodsheds” project aims to improve food security in Columbus, Sacramento

Master of Health Administration Students Place in National Case Competitions

Two teams of health administration students each placed among top programs in national case competitions. Teams of students from the College of Public Health’s Masters of Health Administration (MHA) program competed and placed in the Baylor University Robbins Case Competition in Waco, Texas, and the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) Student Case Competition… Read More Master of Health Administration Students Place in National Case Competitions