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An empty chair at a desk with a laptop on it. School of Health Sciences alum, Christina Michajlyszyn, has been named the new CEO at DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. She has earned three degrees from the School of Health Sciences, including her DPT in 2011, as well as a graduate certificate.
Shweta Kapur receiving an award for her presentation. Shweta Kapur, Ph.D. candidate in Human Movement Sciences, won Oakland University's 3MT (Three-Minute Thesis) Competition for her presentation, "Roadblocks to Managing Balance Problems." Read more in the Oakland Press cover story, OU students showcase years of work and research in just three minutes.
Elise Brown smiling for a photo. Dr. Elise Brown, associate professor of wellness and health promotion, shares the benefits of Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT) - that is, energy expended on everything besides intentional exercise, sleeping or eating - on health. Read more in TOPS News.
Aisha Zanib, lab manager and undergraduate research assistant for the Biochemistry and Endocrinology Laboratory in the Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences. Aisha Zanib, lab manager and undergraduate research assistant for the Biochemistry and Endocrinology Laboratory in the Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences, conducts breast cancer research under the guidance of Dr. Sumit Dinda, department chair and professor.
An instructor teaching a HOP-UP-PT class Dr. Chris Wilson represented the past work of HOP-UP-PT and the statewide 2-1-1 falls prevention portal in Downtown News Magazine's February cover story - Aging in Oakland County: Response to a growing group.
A graphic image of people standing in a line Dr. Florence Dallo, Associate Dean and Professor of the School of Health Sciences, spoke with WWJ Radio for The Daily J podcast episode about the importance of accurately representing the Middle Eastern population in health care and beyond.
OU students collaborated with the Oakland University Native American Advisory Committee SHS students Bianca Carnevale, Hanna Gipson, Courtney Nichol and Khalil Roy recently collaborated with the Oakland University Native American Advisory Committee for their ECLIPSE Community Health Impact Project. The team created an online resource hub and a graphic for the committee to help expand their reach and impact to further the health and well-being of Indigenous people at OU and beyond.
A stock image of a person driving a car. Dr. Chris Wilson spoke with WWJ Radio for The Daily J podcast episode about age limits for driving. In this episode, Dr. Wilson emphasizes the importance of driving for senior citizens and best practices for handling the situation when it is no longer safe for someone to drive.
Ethan Dimock smiling for a photo Ethan Dimock, Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences graduate and current Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine student, has earned the OUWB Outstanding Student Award for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The BIO Learning Lounge at Oakland University The BIO Learning Lounge, co-sponsored by the School of Health Sciences, provides academic resources, peer-to-peer support and a place to connect for all OU students taking biology courses.
Fruits and vegetables in the produce section of a grocery store Produce prescription programs can promote healthy behaviors and improve access to fresh food. Dr. Laurel Stevenson, associate professor of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, spoke with Second Wave Media about Prescription for a Healthy Oakland and the program's outreach and impact.
Dr. Jennifer Lucarelli posing for a photo in front of a fruit stand. Dr. Jennifer Lucarelli, associate professor of interdisciplinary health sciences, spoke with WWJ Radio for The Daily J podcast episode on healthy school lunches.
Charlie Rinehart, smiling for a picture. Charlie Rinehart, Coordinator and Special Lecturer for the School of Health Sciences, was inducted into the Michigan Speech Coaches Incorporated Hall of Fame.
A person seated at a table with an open laptop. Ben Treppa, alumnus of the School of Health Sciences' Occupational Health and Safety program, is announced as the Director of Macomb County Facilities and Operations.
A person in a wheelchair playing basketball.

Dr. Kathryn Rougeau, Coordinator and Assistant Professor in the School of Health Sciences, is the Team Leader for the U25 USA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team.

As part of this position, Dr. Rougeau will travel with the National
Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) to the US Olympic and Paralympic Training Center (USOPC) in Colorado Springs. The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) World Championships will take place in October
2023 in Bangkok, Thailand.

DPT Director Dr. Sara Arena, posing for a photo

DPT Director Dr. Sara Arena, in her relationship with Henry Ford Home Health Care, was interviewed by Click on Detroit about ways to reduce the risk of falls in the home.

Dr. Daniel Goble

Dr. Daniel Goble published a study that found that a new BTrackS training protocol improves balance by almost 30% in healthy young adults.

Ewa Matuszewski, MedNetOne founder/CEO and SHS Board member, receiving an award from the SHS Dean

Ewa Matuszewski, MedNetOne founder/CEO and SHS board member, earns Health Achievement Leadership Legacy (HALL) Award from Oakland University's School of Health Sciences.

Oakland University students, Sarah Nyquist and Rachel Whalen, seated in front of a large monitor displaying information about Food Rescue US.

Eleven percent of Oakland County adolescents struggle with food insecurity. Recognizing this pressing issue, OU students Sarah Nyquist and Rachel Whalen studied Food Rescue US, a nonprofit organization that aims to provide meals to those in need and "rescue" food that would go to waste, for their ECLIPSE Community Health Research Project. 

Sarah Martin, Special Instructor of Nutrition at Oakland University's School of Health Sciences, cooking on Fox 2 News. Sarah Martin, Special Instructor of Nutrition at Oakland University's School of Health Sciences, gave a preview of her Culinary Demonstration for the Healthology Symposium 2023 on Fox 2 News.
Oakland University to host 2023 Healthology Symposium Oakland University's School of Health Sciences will host the 2023 Healthology Symposium: Building a Foundation of Health through Lifestyle Behaviors. The event will focus on Interdisciplinary Health Sciences: nutrition to prevent, treat and reverse disease - physical activity to improve health - and social support to enhance physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Screenshot of people in zoom meeting Over 350 people participated in Oakland University's seventh annual Interprofessional Education (IPE) Workshop focused on therapeutic communication in palliative care and at end of life.
image of the Human Health Building on OU's campus

The Oakland University Board of Trustees approved the new Master of Science in Clinical and Diagnostic Science program that was presented by Dale Telgenhoff, coordinator and associate professor of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences.

Artishia Moore with dynamometer

SHS faculty Dr. Elise Brown, and graduate students Benjamin DeHondt and Samar Madi, are part of a research team that recently published a study using grip strength to help assess cardiometabolic disease risk among adolescents and young adults in the United States.

SHS Ph.D. student

SHS Ph.D. student Shweta Kapur, PT, MS, was interviewed by Oakland County Megacast about her new children's book, Posture Town, which teaches children about the importance of good posture in a fun and engaging manner.

Adaptive Sports Expo & Wheelchair Basketball

At the Adaptive Sports Expo, SHS students/affiliates will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of adaptive sports, and all are welcome to show their Golden Grizzly support as the University of Michigan takes on Edinboro University in double-header wheelchair basketball games right here at Oakland University.

photo of Tara Maudrie in front of a lake

Tara Maudrie, an enrolled citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, created a project during her undergraduate education in SHS that ultimately led to the Oakland University Land Acknowledgement. 

Healthcare worker conducting telehealth appointment on a laptop

OU's Telehealth Visioning Task Force hosted its inaugural symposium, "Transforming Care Possibilities in the Classroom, Clinic and Community." Henry Ford Health leaders gave a keynote address, and OU faculty and community partners engaged in a panel discussion.

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OU's very own Kevin Ball sits down for a game of 20 Questions to share the person behind the title of Dean of the School of Health Sciences. Discover where he went to school, why he chose OU, his favorite movie, his hidden talent, and more.

People sitting in a conference room

Oakland University's 2022 Healthology Symposium focused on Human Movement Science with the theme “Advancing, Restoring and Maintaining Physical Function.” The two-day event began with a Public Forum, which honored many individuals for their contributions and featured keynote speaker Angela T. Moore. The event continued with a Professional Conference with keynote speaker Tom Simmer, many interactive breakout sessions, and a panel discussion. 

A dietitian showing a client information on a phone.

The School of Health Sciences (SHS) has earned Candidacy for Accreditation status for its Dietetics Specialization Program, which will be offered within the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Program, through the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).

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Oakland University's Radiologic Technology program has been ranked in the 10 Most Affordable Bachelor’s in Radiation Science for 2022Within the Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences, the program prepares students to integrate advanced radiographic techniques and positioning with applied knowledge of anatomy and physiology for the imaging of internal structures.

Woman standing next to a table with prosthetic devices

Oakland University has received permission to launch the first Orthotist Prosthetist Assistant (OPA) Studies program in the country after earning Candidacy for Accreditation Status from the National Commission on Orthotic Prosthetic Education (NCOPE).

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Oakland University held its 6th annual Interprofessional Education Workshop, which brought together students, faculty and community leaders from various health professions. The event "...helps build the connections that will translate into better health outcomes for patients and their families,” said Deb Doherty, associate professor and chair of the Human Movement Science Department and the Interprofessional Education Task Force at OU.

A man and a woman holding an award plaque

Dr. Chris Wilson, associate professor of physical therapy, received two awards — The President’s Award  and The Debbra Flomenhoft Humanitarian Award — at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combine Sections Meeting. 

photo of Bryan Sue

EHS student, Bryan Sue, was chosen as a BCSP Foundation scholarship recipient. This national, competitive scholarship is awarded to future safety professionals who are determined to make a great impact on the safety industry. The SHS community celebrates your current and future success.

image of the Human Health Building on OU's campus

The Oakland University Board of Trustees approved the creation of a new Master of Physician Assistant Science graduate degree program within the Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences in the School of Health Sciences.

Two physical therapists assist and measure an elderly man as he reaches his arm

The Home-Based Older Person Upstreaming Prevention Physical Therapy (HOP-UP-PT) program's successful and unique partnership with Auburn Hills earned an Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce Strategic Partner Award.

Jennifer Lucarelli

Dr. Jennifer Lucarelli, associate professor of interdisciplinary health sciences, will be competing as a local celebrity dancer in Flagstar’s 13th annual Dancing with the Stars fundraising event for Lighthouse Michigan

Raya Hollis smiles at the camera with a friend at an event

MPH student and OU alumna SHS ’16, Raya Hollis, was featured on WDIV Local 4. Hollis discussed the State of Michigan's adoption of a new non-binary gender option on Michigan driver's licenses and state ID cards. Hollis believes it is paving the way for a more inclusive world.

image of a woman standing in an orthotist and prosthetist lab.

Tamara L. Treanore, C.O., founding director and special instructor of the Orthotist and Prosthetist Assistant Studies program, was interviewed on the Oakland County Megacast. She talked about the unique new specialization within the Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree, the first of its kind in Michigan.

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The online Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is ranked #1 in Michigan and #9 nationally in the 15 Best Online Bachelor's in Public Health by Best Health Degrees, a source for information about health care degrees and programs.

image of a person using the outdoor fitness center at Rec Well

OU earns national recognition for its Healthy Campus initiative by NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation for its multi-faceted, innovative approach to supporting health and wellness among students and employees. 

image of Kate Nye standing in a weight room with the Olympics symbol behind her

Kate Nyea health sciences major, is an Olympic champion. She won a silver medal in the women’s 76-kilogram/156-pound weightlifting event at the Tokyo Olympics. The 22-year old established herself as a top contender in the sport of weightlifting, becoming a world champion in 2019. Photo provided courtesy of Sophie Hume.

image of a weight room with a person lifting weights

Dr. Elise Brown, assistant professor of wellness and health promotion, is part of a group of OU researchers who used data from medical studies around the world to examine the impact of resistance training on type 2 diabetes risk. She served as faculty mentor to Raza Qadir, a recent OUWB graduate and the paper’s lead author. Their findings were published in the journal Sports Medicine.

headshot of Thomas Schenk

Dr. Thomas Schenk, assistant professor and director of the environmental health and safety program, provided expert commentary in an article about workers' compensation insurance on AdvisorSmith.com. He shared insights on steps employers can take to improve worker safety and health in workplaces, and the role individual employees play in their own personal safety. 

aerial view of the Human Health Building

OU's Human Health Building has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Best of Rochester Award in the category of science by the Rochester Award Program, which recognizes local businesses that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

headshot of Michelle Southward

Michelle Southward, director of academic advising and student services, is this year's recipient of the Outstanding Administrative Professional Award, which recognizes an individual that has been at OU for more than six years, and has demonstrated extraordinary effort in support of the university's mission and strategic plan. Southward has served at OU for nearly 20 years, and has made outstanding contributions to the campus community and beyond.

headshot of Kelli Dowd

Kelli Dowd, coordinator for student services, leadership and engagement, is the recipient of the 2021 New Administrative Professional Award. This award is presented to an individual who has worked for the university for three years or less and has demonstrated achievement beyond the call of daily tasks and responsibilities, contributed unique ideas and a collaborative work ethic, and displayed promising leadership qualities.

Florence Dallo sitting on a bench, reading a book

Professor Florence J. Dallo, director of wellness and health promotion, commented for a story about the community vaccine rollout on WXYZ-TV7 in Detroit. She was also recently cited in an article by courthousenews.com on the alarming spike in COVID-19 cases in Michigan. Dr. Dallo said new variants and COVID fatigue were the main reasons for the latest surge.

screenshot of a Zoom presentation with the text 5th Annual IPE Workshop Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

OU's fifth annual Interprofessional Education Workshop on opioid abuse took place virtually with nearly 300 students participating from a variety of health-oriented academic programs. This year's event was focused on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. 

headshot of Karly St. Aubin

EHS student Karly St. Aubin was awarded a 2020 scholarship by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals Foundation, which annually supports high-achieving students aspiring to become safety professionals.

image of a man helping a woman improve her hand grip through physical therapy

Assistant Professor Chris Wilson, P.T., DPT, DSc.P.T., was named one of twelve physical therapists worth watching in 2021 by WebPT. Dr. Wilson co-authored the newly published book, Physical Activity and Rehabilitation in Life-threatening Illness, which is a comprehensive summary of the recommendations for best practice, and current evidence, for physical activity and rehabilitation of functional deficits in individuals with end-stage diseases. 

image of various sizes of black and gold balloons, one has the text congrats grad! on it

Since we were unable to gather in-person for commencement, we celebrated virtually on December 18. The School of Health Sciences Fall 2020 Virtual Commencement Celebration video features a keynote address by Ms. Telva McGruder, chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer at General Motors, and vice-chair of the school's Board of Advocacy and Resource Development.

image of Florence Dallo standing in an office

Florence J. Dallo, Ph.D., professor and director, wellness and health promotion, was featured in an insightful article titled “Racism impact: No longer a Black/White issue” that appeared in Downtown Publications.

image of Dean Kevin Ball standing in the Human Health Building

Dr. Kevin A. Ball, dean and professor, was interviewed by Oakland County Megacast on a variety of topics, including Healthology 2020 “Beyond COVID-19: Igniting Innovation in Health” held on November 12.

headshot of Jessica Jannaman

Jessica Jannaman, SHS '08, '14, was named a 2020 National Safety Council (NSC) Rising Star of Safety, which recognizes the next generation of safety leaders who demonstrate safety leadership and are dedicated to continuous improvement in safety. She serves as chair of the EHS Industry Advisory Board.

image of Annie Fuelle standing on a porch in her graduation cap and gown

Annie Fuelle, SHS '20, has been selected as the recipient of the inaugural Honors College Humanitarian Award, which was established to recognize students who have demonstrated “sustained humanitarian involvement” during their time at OU.

portrait image of Chase and Jessica Salazar and their child

OU's Environmental Health and Safety program helped Chase and Jessica Salazar transform their shared passion for helping others into successful careers as EHS professionals. The couple pursued degrees in Occupational Safety and Health.

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Stephanie Mabry, SHS '10, and Dr. Nicholas J. Siekirk, SHS '12, were named as awardees of the Young Alumni “10 Within 10” class of 2020 by the OU Alumni Association's Young Alumni Chapter. These awards recognize the exceptional impact that OU alumni make within their professions and throughout their communities. 

image of Kirstin Landis-Piwowar leaning against a window in the Human Health Building

Dr. Kristin Landis-Piwowar, associate dean and professor of clinical and diagnostic sciences, has been named ASCLS –Michigan Member of the Year by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science. The award recognizes an exceptional clinical laboratory scientist in Michigan who is active in professional, civic, and non-professional activities.

image of Ciara Bazinski standing next to her research poster

EHS graduating senior Ciara Bazinski was one of six students selected to receive a 2020 scholarship awarded by the Michigan Safety Conference, a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the improvement of workplace safety and health practices in the State of Michigan.

headshot of Elise Brown

Dr. Elise Brown, assistant professor of wellness and health promotion, was interviewed about her research on grip strength as a predictor of diabetes by Consultant360, a direct-to-practitioner messaging platform designed to provide timely and relevant clinical information to improve patient care.

image of Jennifer Lucarelli holding a basket of fruits and vegetables in a market

In a recent video interview on Civic Center TV and 89.3 Lakes FM, Professor Jennifer Lucarelli talks about helping create a local emergency food system to reduce potential COVID-19 transmission for those in need. For her tireless efforts in serving the community during this public health crisis, Dr. Lucarelli was named WJR Radio’s first “Hometown Hero” in collaboration with Sanders Candy.

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A new report by college ranking website GradReports.com shows that recent graduates of OU's public health master’s program and its related bachelor’s program earn among the highest median salaries in the nation compared to other recent graduates in those fields.

image of two OU employees standing in a warehouse-style room with big boxes and wearing masks

As part of OU's COVID-19 response, Jennifer Lucarelli, Ph.D., associate professor and chair, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, has helped transform the Oakland Center into a collaborative food distribution center. The Detroit Free Press recently published Dr. Lucarelli's opinion editorial on the current emergency food system.

woman in a Golden Grizzlies sweatshirt holding a diabetes research tool

Elise Brown, Ph.D., assistant professor of wellness and health promotion, is the lead author on a new research study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine that establishes grip strength cut points to assess diabetes risk in apparently healthy U.S. adults. 

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OU professors Sara Arena, Christopher Wilson and Kris Thompson, along with DPT students, participated in an interprofessional training on "patients of size." The collaborative initiative also included OU undergraduate nursing students and EMS students from MCC.
street view of downtown Pontiac, MI

MPH student Paola Nkwuzor, who oversees the Parent University as part of the OU-Pontiac Initiative under the direction of Teresa Rodges, was recently featured on WDIV-DET Local 4 News to showcase free classes on nutritional cooking. 

A large room full of people seated at tables, listening to a presentation.

Deborah Doherty, PT, Ph.D., an associate professor with the Physical Therapy Program, chaired OU's fourth annual Interprofessional Workshop on Opioid Abuse.

Annie Fuelle sitting in a chair holding a golden retriever puppy.

CDS senior Annie Fuelle helped launch the Future Leader Dogs Club to allow OU students to raise puppies that will become guide dogs through Leader Dogs’ training program.

Two women leaning against park equipment at a park with swings and bikes in the background OU professors Laurel Stevenson and Jennifer Lucarelli to oversee awarded grant to initiate community-based program "Prescription for a Healthy Pontiac." 
Arwa Hadid in a white lab coat and blue gloves in a Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences lab with other students seated behind her.

CDS student Arwa Hadid was awarded first place in the Professional category for the American Society of Microbiology's 5th Annual Agar Art Contest. Hadid's stunning microbial art was also featured in Smithsonian Magazine.

A woman walking on a treadmill, another woman standing on a scale, while students perform fitness evaluations.

This video showcases the Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science undergraduate degree program, which explores physical fitness and human movement through hands-on experience.

Person teaching group of people outside by a field and a tent

A new Dual Degree "4 + 1" program enables students to earn a bachelor’s in Wellness and Health Promotion and a master’s in Public Health in just five years

image of four men and one woman in professional attire standing on a stage with a sign in the background reading National Safety Council

Darryl Hill, Ph.D., CSP, environmental health and safety lecturer, was honored with the Distinguished Service to Safety Award, which is the highest professional award given by the National Safety Council. 

A white helmet and an orange face shield.

EHS students Ciara Bazinski and Ryan Papiernik were among 13 recipients to be awarded scholarships by the National Safety Council.   

A young woman on a fitness bike with three women performing fitness evaluations on her. A new Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science program will help prepare students for careers in exercise and fitness, health and wellness, and cardiac rehabilitation, as well as post-graduate programs.

An outdoor fitness court at Oakland University. OU's new fitness court emphasizes health and wellness across campus and into the surrounding community. 
Headshot of Kristin Landis-Power. Kristin Landis-Piwowar, Ph.D., associate dean and associate professor of health sciences, was named one of Crain's Detroit Business 2019 Notable Women in STEM
Group of adults at a conference, posing for a photo. Dr. Jackie Drouin (pictured far left) leads international colleagues in the formal approval of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy subgroup for Oncology, HIV/AIDS, Hospice and Palliative Care. 
man in a blue jacket seated at a table, looking forward, with other adults blurred in the background OU School of Health Sciences, along with community partner MedNetOne, host community leaders at 2019 Healthology Symposium
a road with a person riding a bike in the bike lane with a bike lane sign Dr. Jennifer Lucarelli's leadership in the OU-Pontiac Initiative continues to make a difference in the community and on campus. 
Two physical therapists assist and measure an elderly man as he reaches his arm Drs. Sara Arena and Chris Wilson created the 'HOP-UP-PT' physical therapy program, which focuses on providing early preventative interventions to at-risk seniors. 
Man standing on an electronic device in an exercise science classroom with fitness equipment. A new study by Dann Goble, Ph.D., associate professor of exercise science, helps athletic trainers improve concussion management. 
Students in a class observing a professor teach about mechanical equipment. OU's Environmental Health and Safety degree program ranked among top in nation by Value Colleges (VC), an online ranking system that compares the most affordable colleges with the best return on investment. 
MPH Alumni Help Local Company MPH alumni help MedNetOne achieve its goals of improving patient outcomes, improving patient satisfaction, reducing healthcare costs and improving physician satisfaction. 
A head shot of Laurel Dolin Stevenson. Laurel Dolin Stevenson, Ph.D., assistant professor of interdisciplinary health sciences, was recognized as 2018 Outstanding Junior Investigator by OU's Research Office. 
A head shot of Dr. Chris Wilson. Dr. Chris Wilson, assistant professor of physical therapy, also serves as director of Beaumont Health's Oncology Rehabilitation Residency Program, the first accredited program of its kind in the country. 
A man smiling at the camera while a woman walks on a treadmill and others perform fitness evaluations.

OU TV Focus on Faculty details the academic journey of Dr. Daniel Goble, creator of BTrackS and associate professor of exercise science. 

A head shot of Beth Black.

Beth Black, PT, DSc, associate professor of physical therapy, is an advocate of community health promotion, co-teaching a course for those living with Multiple Sclerosis. 

A person's foot pedaling an exercise bike.

For class credit, SHS students create a short video encouraging daily exercise and healthy eating as part of February's Heart Health campaign.

A sign that says Healthology Symposium on a stand in an empty hallway.

This video showcases the 2018 Healthology Symposium. This event provides a culminating focus for SHS faculty, students and community partners to celebrate impactful research and scholarship that affect health outcomes. 

A head shot of Caress Dean.

Caress Dean, Ph.D., joins SHS as a new assistant professor of public health. The Bahamas native conducts research on cardiovascular disease prevention and management.  

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