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MPH Students at KPHA, September 2019

AchakzaiAriana Achakzai: Reduction of Food Waste Through a Community Collaborative Approach with Relevant Stakeholders in Manhattan, Kansas
BardoucheKasi Bardouche: Feasibility and Enjoyment of Park-Based Physical Activity Among Adults with Serious Mental Illness 
BlattnerBrittany Blattner: Effectiveness of an Awareness Campaign on Opioid Addiction in Riley County
LiuYibo Liu: The Use of the Health Belief Model to Assess Predictors of Caregiver's Intent to Vaccinate Themselves and Their Children Against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)
 McKennaPatty McKenna: Attitudes and Perceptions of Opioid Use Within the Kansas State University Community
 OrchardRon Orchard: One Health Service Event to Provide Veterinary Care to Low Income Kansas Residents
 Ramirez Melitza Ramirez: Perceptions Of Caffeine Use among Kansas Crossfit Participants
 WinkleyEmma Winkley: Veterinary Hospital Evaluation and Suggestions to Maximize Usability for Clients with Mobility Disabilities

 

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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Dates to Remember

APE Orientation, November 7 at Noon  to 1:00 PM in Mara Center. Must attend to receive permission to enroll in MPH 840 - Public Health Practice


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We are proud to be accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), and are fully accredited through December 31, 2026.

 

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