USF COPH: Florida’s Outstanding Woman in Public Health
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The University of South Florida College of Public Health initiated the Outstanding Woman in Public Health Award in April 1988 to recognize unsung heroes engaged in impactful public health work in the State of Florida. The Outstanding Woman in Public Health award is presented to a woman leader in public health in Florida as a way to recognize the many roles women play in this profession and their significant contributions to the field of public health. Nominees should be someone whose work significantly contributes to the field of public health in Florida. Candidates may represent any sector of public health, including maternal/child health; health policy, management, finance or economics; epidemiology and biostatistics; environmental and occupational health; public health nutrition; public health nursing; international health; health education; or toxicology/parasitology. The award is typically presented on Wednesday of National Public Health Week at the College of Public Health’s Annual Awards Ceremony.
Tune in to see and hear from previous awardees, then pay it forward and nominate an outstanding woman for this year’s award!
Produced by Zack Murray.
An urban research university, the University of South Florida is home to the highest ranked public health degree program in Florida and #16 in the U.S. (U.S. News and World Report, 2023). Established in 1984 as the first college of public health in the State of Florida, the USF College of Public Health is a recognized leader in online education, social marketing, community health, maternal and child health and global infectious disease research. The college offers multiple concentrations that lead to BSHS, BSPH, MHA, MPH, MSPH, DrPH, and PhD degrees, as well as several dual degrees, graduate certificates and online programs. To learn more about the college and students who commit to passionately solve problems and create conditions that allow every person the universal right to health and well-being, visit www.publichealth.usf.edu.