Despite the unexpected, professor persists

February 5th, 2018

Despite the unexpected, professor persists

“Knowledge should be stronger than politics”

“The opportunity to learn about child poverty in Iran was so unique,” David says. “And I was so excited to dialogue with Iranian graduate students. […]

 
Getting to know: Jonathan Garcia  

February 2nd, 2018

Getting to know: Jonathan Garcia  

Global health assistant professor

“A lot of my work involves witnessing human suffering and vulnerability. Most of what I’ve written is supported by direct narratives from people I’ve interviewed. […]

 
Public health comes to life in London

January 30th, 2018

Public health comes to life in London

Students see stark differences between U.S. and U.K. health care systems

“Our trip to London altered my perspective, specifically regarding the global need of an efficient public health structure,” says Chase Fettig, a public health senior […]

 
When grief turns to hope

January 25th, 2018

When grief turns to hope

#DamWorthIt encourages candid dialogue around mental health

Within a year, former Oregon State gymnast and Kinesiology major Taylor Ricci and men’s soccer player and Finance major Nathan Braaten experienced the emotional turmoil […]

 
Inside the mind of researcher Sarah Rothenberg

January 16th, 2018

Inside the mind of researcher Sarah Rothenberg

“My goal is to mitigate methylmercury exposure. Methylmercury intake through rice ingestion differs from fish consumption because fish contains beneficial nutrients. Since rice does not, […]

 
Alumni spotlight: Kyle Haley, BS ’17

January 11th, 2018

Alumni spotlight: Kyle Haley, BS ’17

Kyle Haley graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion and Health Behavior in Spring 2017. Since that time, […]