Sexuality educator and UNCG alumna Shemeka Thorpe has a strong desire to effect change in women’s healthcare.
A UNC Greensboro professor is launching a new initiative to promote the well-being of children – and it starts with a fist bump.
When faculty representatives from the UNC System met for the Faculty Assembly, hosted for the first time by UNC Greensboro on April 14, they learned about a program being offered to faculty and staff members in the System’s institutions across the state.
“Everyday there’s something going on in our world that will need attention from public health workers. I want to be a part of helping,” says Jasmine Riddle, who will receive her bachelor of science in community health education this May.
Amanda Clark, who received her MPH in 2018, has been named Guilford County’s first Drug and Injury Prevention Manager.
Please join the Department of Public Health Education in welcoming Dr. Lina Abirafeh, “What’s Stopping Us From Achieving Global Women’s Rights?”, to the UNCG campus on November 7, 2022, from 4 – 6 pm in the Curry Building Auditorium, 1109 Spring Garden St.
UNCG has joined the collegiate esports movement with a new $2.4 million arena, but students aren’t the only ones in the game. Building on a strong portfolio of athlete health and wellness research, UNCG scientists are also stepping out onto the field to study gamer health and wellness.
Gabrielle S. Evans, PhD(c),MPH, CHES(she/her) is a sexuality educator and researcher from North Carolina and a proud citizen of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe. Gabrielle is the co-founder of The Minority Sex Report, LLC, an award-winning platform, whose mission is to provide representation in sexuality education. The Minority Sex Report, LLC also addresses barriers to achieving optimal…
Congratulations to Dr. Erica Payton who has been accepted to participate as a Faculty Fellow in the Pardee Rand Faculty Leaders Program!
Dr. Kunga Denzongpa, Public Health Education Alumna twice over, was selected as a Minority Serving Institution Fellow for the American Evaluation Association.
It does look like (the new Covid strain) has similar enough features to the X variants that the updated fall 2023 vaccine should also provide some protection against that Dr. Jennifer Toller Erausquin, social epidemiologist and associate department chair for the Public Health Education Department (School of Health and Human … Continued
August 29, 2023 Erica Payton Foh, PhD, MPH Statement on Recent Violent Events from the Department of Public Health Education In the midst of the back-to-school season with the ringing of wake-up alarms and school bells, we are left to contemplate and reconcile our nation’s three most recent violent events. Friday’s … Continued
Pain control is one of three primary reasons athletes report using alcohol, along with stress management and as a way to celebrate, according to Dr. David Wyrick. Though, when it comes to pain, “there’s no evidence that alcohol has medicinal benefits,” he said.
As director, David Howard will oversee Brunswick County’s Public Health, Environmental Health, and WIC/Nutrition Services operations.
MINDFULNESS WORKSHOP | PHE MOVIE NIGHT | KISSES & CONDOMS | UNCG WOMENS BASKETBALL
Regina McCoy, professor in the Department of Public Health Education and co-Director of UNCG Health Coach Training Center, was recently featured on Triad Today, the area’s only locally produced public affairs program.
Congratulations to our Public Health Education (PHE) graduate students, Nupur Sharma, Love Odetola, and Chamu Shanmugam for participating in this year’s UNCG 3MT Competition.
On Thursday, September 29, 2022, the senior class of students in the Public Health Education, Community Health Education concentration, and the majority of students in HEA 312-01 Public Health and Healthcare Systems, attended the annual “Pink in the Park” Event.
It is an honor and privilege to be selected to serve the City as its first Public Health Advisor. While COVID-19 will continue to be an important public health priority for the near future, I look forward to working with the community on other critical public health issues and the vision toward a healthier Phoenix.