Public Health Student Association 2014 Archive
2014 was a busy and fulfilling year for the Public Health Student Association
Emmanuel Olatunji interned at the Washington Center
Emmanuel Ayobami Olatunji, graduate student in the MPH program, was chosen to receive a $7,000 scholarship to attend the 2014 summer experience in Washington, DC. The program consists of three parts: an internship; a leadership forum and an academic class. Congratulations, Emmanuel! (April 2015)
For over 35 years, The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars has helped more than 50,000 students from around the world gain valuable experience, and set them on a course of achievement, leadership and engagement in their communities.
Here we are at the 2014 Minority Health Conference with Dr. Josiah Alamu.
IEHA Conference MPHStudent Chapter Oct 2013
Excited at the Minority Health Conference
UIS MPH club minority health conference 2014
We settled in quickly!
UIS MPH Club Minority Health Conf 2014
Proud UIS Delegates
As 2014 was ending, the MPH Student Club participated in a fundraiser at a local high school to help raise money for families affected by the Ebola virus overseas. We are very proud of those who participated in this event, Seun Atoyebi, Yea Umbe, Chidima U, and Cecilia Bofah!
Ebola Fundraiser November 2014
Many of us have completed our studies and moved on to the next step in our public health careers. But, we will never forget the friends, the fun, the coursework, faculty ans staff. We are proud to be UIS Alumni!