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Congratulations to our Spring and Summer 2018 Graduates

MPH StudentAreaField Experience Report
Sara AlvesIDZLaboratory Guidebook to the Interpretation of Enterics 
Carla Bernardes GomesPHPAThesis + Field Experience with Riley County Research and Extension
Crystal DrakesIDZField Experience with Indiana State Department of Health -- State Veterinarian
Rebecca GasperPHPAThesis: Effects of a brief web-based intervention on motivation, attitude, and physical activity in adults and Field Experience at KDHE
Katelyn GilmorePHPAThe Campus Effect: Built Environment and Active Transportation at Kansas State University
Mayrena HernandezPHNThe Health Assessment Needs of Kansas State Students Survey
Sohaila JafarianIDZA Community Based Primary Healthcare Approach to Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) in Rural Nicaragua
Dana JohnsonIDZSexually Transmitted Infections: A Major Health Issue in Saline County, Kansas
Marie KeithIDZIdentifying Gaps in Rabies Post-Exposure Prophylaxis in Hunan Province
Jennifer McDonaldIDZPolicy Review: School exclusion policy for non-vaccinated students
NoviyantiIDZEducating International Students about Rabies through the Kansas State University Rabies Laboratory
Jessica PearsonIDZField Experience at Riley County Health Department
Serina TaylorIDZStudent Outbreak Response Team
Andrew TempleonIDZField Experience at KDHE, Bureau of Disease Control & Prevention as a DIS Field Agent
Kelly VossIDZPublic Health Risk in Animal Shelters

Thank you to our MPH Alumni for participating on a Career Panel for MPH Students during Public Health Week

  • Jason Orr โ€“ Analyst for the Kansas Health Institute (KHI) and former Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the Riley County Health Department (MPH Emphasis: Infectious Diseases and Zoonoses).
  • Dr. Gina Besenyi โ€“ Assistant Professor of Exercise Behavioral Science, Kansas State University  (MPH Emphasis: Public Health Physical Activity).
  • Hayleigh Stanford โ€“ Northeast Area Supervisor/Training Officer/Labeling Authority for the Meat and Poultry Program for the KDA (MPH Emphasis: Food Safety and Biosecurity).

Join us in celebrating National Public Health Week, April 2-8, 2018. Attend an MPH Field Experience Presentation (see below). Learn about vector-borne diseases and attend a public health poster session at BugAPalooza in City Park on 4/5/18 3-6 PM. For more events and more ways to get involved in your community, visit: http://www.nphw.org/ and http://www.rileycountyks.gov/286/Health-Department.

 Welcome to our Spring 2018 New Students!

StudentEmphasis
Andrew FranklinInfectious Diseases/Zoonoses
Tim MangesCertificate in Public Health Core Concepts
Morgan MitchinerInfectious Diseases/Zoonoses
Katherine NorrisCertificate in Public Health Core Concepts
Breanna PotterInfectious Diseases/Zoonoses
Paul RobertsonPublic Health Nutrition
Lisa RossCertificate in Public Health Core Concepts
Rachel Van GilderPublic Health Nutrition
Jeremy WilliamsCertificate in Public Health Core Concepts


 


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Information about current tuition and fees may be found on the "Cashiers and Students Accounts" page. For on-campus fees see the Graduate fee schedule. For distance courses see the Global Campus fee schedule.

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Kansas State University is proud to offer a unique blend of public health education opportunities for our state and beyond. This website provides you up-to-date, comprehensive information about the Master of Public Health Program, whether you are a prospective student, current student, faculty member, alumnus, or friend and advocate of public health education.

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We are proud to be accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).  Our next accreditation visit will be March 21 and 22, 2019.


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