Public Health News & Events

 

CEHS Diversity Scholarship 2019:  Application Deadline 3.22.2019


Priority will be given to underrepresented minority students and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.  Click here for an application outlining criteria and instructions for submittal.



STATA:  FREE Three-day, Intensive WORKSHOP 3.25-26.2019 & 3.28.2019 

School of Nursing Classroom (1901 Azuar Dr.)

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Open to ALL, enrollment capped at 30, priority given to MPH Students & Community Partners.  Register by March 20.



2019 Public Health Hero Awards Ceremony 

TOURO PUBLIC HEALTH HERO AWARDS CEREMONY & DINNER WEDNESDAY 4.3.2019
Please join us in honoring those who are helping to make our communities healthy & just places to live.

Awardees include the Global Health Student Hero, the Community Health Student Hero, Alumni Hero & Community Service Hero.

Community Service Hero:  ISABEL REYES
Eric Reyes Foundation

Community Health Student Hero:  GARRETT HALL, MPHc

Global Health Student Heroes:  DANIYAL AHMED, MPHc, MSPASc & NICOLAS AMARANTE, MPHc, MSPASc

Alumni Hero:  KWIANA ALGERE, MPH

Key Note Speaker:  MIKE MCLIVELY, JD
Urban Gun Violence Initiative Director, Giffords Law Center

5:30 - 8:00 PM 
Farragut Inn Ballroom

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All are welcome to this free event with prior registration on Eventbrite.  

 


 

MPH Alum News - The Touro California Record highlights:

Prevention as Medicine
Monir Tofangsazan, MPH, CEHS Class of 2012


 

The Touro University of California Public Health Program and the Oakland, California based non-profit organization Exonerated Nation collaborate for the California Exoneree Health & Well-Being Project (CEHW) to study the current state of physical, mental, and emotional health among California exonerees and their needs for immediate and long-term support.  Learn more in the CEHW newsletter.

 



Renowned Author Richard Rothstein visited TUC on February 5th

In his presentation and in his book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How our Government Segregated America, Richard Rothstein explodes the myth that America's cities came to be racially divided as the result of individual prejudices, choices to live in same-race neighborhoods, income differences, or the actions of institutions like banks and real estate agencies.  

Listen to the audio presentation here


Dr. Reuben Miller of the University of Chicago visited TUC on January 15th to present:  Race, Punishment & the Afterlife of Mass Incarceration.

See the recorded presentation here.



Mobile Link Project

The study is highlighted on the funder's website:  Initiative 5%


 4th Annual Social Justice in Public Health Lecture Series:  Immigration & Public Health

The Public Health Program's Fall 2018 Social Justice Lecture Series concluded with a final presentation on November 26, 2018.  This year's series included an innovative collection of lectures and panel discussions from experts in the field and focused on the public health impacts of migration, immigration and anti-immigration policies on individuals, families and communities.  Click here for information about the speakers and recorded lectures.


A Gun Violence Prevention Symposium hosted by CEHS on 10.14.2018 included moving performances by Youth Speaks and panel discussions for building safe schools and communities: 

Performances by Youth Speaks & Panel Discussion for Public Health Policy

Educational Panel Discussion


Public Health Program Research News

The Program has been busy making contributions to research in the field of Public Health.  Here are some examples of the exciting work Program faculty, students and alumni are sharing in national and international forums.


Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Social Justice in Public Health Fellowships:

Sammy Cheuk, Janis Ho, Desiree Miranda and Brian Xieu.

Provided through the Diversity Scholarship Fund, the Fellowships recognize students who demonstrate a deep commitment to building leadership and advocacy skills toward the promotion of health among vulnerable populations.  As part of this fellowship, students will also become part of a social justice student leadership team that will actively participate in furthering the mission of the Public Health Program.


Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Partnership Academy

CBPR Photo

Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the CBPR Partnership Academy is a multi-faceted training and mentoring program designed for community-academic partnerships that demonstrated commitment and leadership in engaging in a CBPR approach to eliminate health inequities in their communities. Learn More. 

 

 

 

 


Professor Sarah Sullivan awarded Fulbright Grant Award!!

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Professor Sarah Sullivan, Associate Professor, has been awarded  a Fulbright grant award to support her research ethics work in three universities in Bolivia.  She will be collaborating with the Universidad San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca (USFX), Universidad Mayor de San Simón (UMSS) and Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno (UAGRM) for several months each year over a period of three years. 
The Fulbright Program, which aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries, is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. Funding for this award will support Professor Sullivan’s efforts in teaching research and research ethics classes related to the Responsible Conduct of Research, including topics on authorship, conflicts of interest, data management, plagiarism and research misconduct.

 

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