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May 19, 2016 Christopher Sarachilli

In Video, 2016 Grads Share Future Plans

Find out what some of the graduates of the Class of 2016 have planned after Commencement.

Public Health students work with families in Nicaragua to build mud stoves.

May 11, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Public Health Students Improve Cooking Conditions for Families in Nicaragua

Public Health students at Arcadia University set out to make a difference in Managua, Nicaragua by building mud stoves for underprivileged families from March 5 to 12. Student organizer Megan Dorris ’18MPH and classmates Christine Taylor ’12, ’18DPT, MPH, Jonathan Lopez ’18MPH, Jose Arteaga ’...

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Apr 26, 2016 Christopher Sarachilli

Mitchell Discusses Equine Therapy as PTSD Relief

On April 4, Adjunct Professor of Public Health Dené Mitchell ’13MPH, CCRP discussed her research on equine therapy on the American Indian Living radio show and podcast. Mitchell partnered with Sebastian Riding Associates to develop Riding Free, which seeks to reduce Post...

L to R: Dr. Andrea Crivelli-Kovach; Jose Arteaga '18M, MPH; Dr. Katie DiSantis; Lindsay McGann.

Apr 14, 2016 Christopher Sarachilli

Arteaga '18M, MPH Receives Health Sciences Scholarship

Jose Arteaga '18M, MPH, a student in the Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Medical Science (MMS) dual degree program, was award the 2016 Hortense T. Moss Graduate Scholarship in Health Sciences, given to an exceptional graduate student upon completion of his or her first year in a full-...

Mar 30, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Arcadia University Public Health Week to Address Quality of Life, Food Waste

Arcadia University’s Public Health Week, April 4 to 7, will feature presentations on enhancing the general health and quality of life for the public through resilience, “everyday triumphs,” and food waste. The week aims to start a discussion on the importance of community and global public health...

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Feb 16, 2016 Christopher Sarachilli

Taylor ’12, ’18DPT, MPH Examines Abuse in Army Families

DPT/MPH dual degree student and Research Coordinator for PolicyLab at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Christine Taylor ’12, ’18DPT, MPH supervised a team that performed one of the largest studies analyzing child abuse among army families. The findings were published in “...

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Oct 14, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

On Newsworks, Clark Combats Myths on Bisexual Identity

Theresa Clark, adjunct professor of community and global public health, wrote “Let’s Dispel Some Myths on Bisexuality—First; Yes, We Exist” for Essayworks, a section of WHYY’s Newsworks.org. In the article, Clark relays the struggles of identifying as bisexual and the fears that many go...

Danielle Littrell, second from right, received a scholarship from Jennersville Regional Hospital.

May 18, 2015 Purnell Cropper

Danielle Littrell Receives Scholarship for Academic Achievement in Medical Sciences

Danielle Littrell, PA-S, accepted Jennersville Regional Hospital’s Greg DeSimone Memorial Scholarship on Friday, May 8, in a presentation at the West Grove, Pa., hospital. The $3,500 scholarship is awarded to a physician assistant student who has demonstrated academic excellence and commitment to...

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Apr 24, 2015 Purnell Cropper

Clark Leads Workshop at the CSE National Sex Ed Conference

Theresa Clark, a CHES professional practice adjunct faculty of community and global public health, was one of three panelists leading the workshop “Ask the Experts: Educating about Bisexuality with Terri Clark, Karen Rayne and Al Vernacchio” at the National Sex Ed Conference hosted by Center for...

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Apr 17, 2015 Frances Dumlao

Clark Presents at the 2015 American Society on Aging Conference

Theresa Clark, a CHES professional practice adjunct faculty of community and global public health, presented “Let’s Talk about Sex” at the annual American Society on Aging Conference in Chicago, Ill. in March 2015. The session highlighted aging, sexuality, and sexual rights, and it helped...

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Apr 17, 2015 Frances Dumlao

Crivelli-Kovach Presents at the Annual Association of Teaching Prevention and Research (APTR) Conference

Dr. Andrea Crivelli-Kovach, professor of public health, presented “Integrating public health into a Community Medicine rotation in a dual degree Physician Assistant/MPH program” at the annual APTR meeting in Charleston, S.C, in March 2015. The meeting focused on integrating public health into the...

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Apr 17, 2015 Frances Dumlao

Littrell Receives Gregory DeSimone Scholarship from Southern Chester County Emergency Medical Services

Danielle Littrell, a master of public health and master of medical science dual degree candidate, will receive the Gregory DeSimone Scholarship from the Southern Chester County Emergency Medical Services on May 8, 2015. Littrell was the only degree candidate selected among the physician assistant...