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
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) presented CPH faculty members Julianna Nemeth, PhD, and Steve Oghumu, PhD, with Career Development (K) Awards, providing them with additional funding for their research projects and developmental support in the early stages of their careers. Read the full story here.
Associate professor of biostatistics Rebecca Andridge, PhD, was selected once again to support and engage a new class of teachers at Ohio State. One way new professors at Ohio State gain support on their journeys as Buckeyes is through Faculty FIT, a year-long mentorship program pairing new and established faculty members. Rebecca Andridge, PhD, associate… Read More CPH Professor Re-selected as University Faculty Mentor
The College of Public Health presented the 2017 Champions of Public Health Awards on October 16 to five individuals and organizations for making strides in improving the health and well-being of Ohioans. Among the awardees were the Children’s Defense Fund-Ohio, which received the Dean’s Award for adhering to the needs of poor children, those with… Read More CPH honors the 2017 Champions of Public Health
The college honored Columbus Public Health Commissioner Teresa Long for over 30 years of public health leadership. The College of Public Health presented the 2017 Thompson Public Health Award to Columbus Public Health Commissioner Teresa Long, MD, MPH, for her leadership and commitment to improving public health issues throughout her 31-year career. Long began her… Read More CPH presents 2017 Thompson Public Health Award to Columbus health commissioner
Though Riri Williams is continuing Tony Starks’ superhero work as Ironheart, she is undoubtedly creating a legacy of her own. Invincible Iron Man Volume 3 introduces us to Riri Williams, a 15-year-old girl from Chicago. A flashback reveals that at five years old, Riri’s family learned she was a super genius when she was “acting… Read More Flat Origin Story Doesn’t Allow Ironheart to Thrive As Much as She Could
By Scenarios Alumna and writer of Veracity, Janaya Greene Mayraleeh Nelson entered a state of disbelief when she found out she was a Scenarios USA Real Deal Winner. She learned that she won Scenarios’ Real Deal Writing Competition this summer, before starting her last year at Facing History New Tech High School in Cleveland. When… Read More Get to know Cleveland winning writer, Mayraleeh Nelson
HBO released a trailer for their film, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks on March 15 and it looks to have a promising future. The film is based on a novel detailing how Deborah Lacks, daughter of Henrietta Lacks, searches to learn about her mother’s life and how her mother’s cancerous cells contributed to modern medicine, without… Read More ‘The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks’ Film Set to Premiere in April
Black Lightning of DC Comics may be joining televised superheroes like The Flash and Supergirl on The CW network. The first pilot for Black Lightning was produced for Fox, but the network passed. The CW, with an already hefty lineup consisting of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, Supergirl and The Flash, has ordered a pilot. Read the full article here.
Netflix released a teaser for their series adaptation of the Dear White People film Wednesday, which will premiere on the streaming site on April 28. Read the full post here.