The Undergraduate Public Health Club (UPHC) brings together multiple groups of students interested in advancing population-based health through leadership, scholarship and research with the ultimate goal of promoting better health across the Georgia State campus.
Executive Board Members
The Public Health Student Association (PHSA) is the graduate student organization of the School of Public Health. PHSA seeks to develop well-rounded public health professionals and promote meaningful interactions among students, faculty and staff, and public health professionals. Throughout the school year, PHSA organizes social events, professional development opportunities and public service events for students, faculty and staff.
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The Public Health Doctoral Research Network (PHDRN) is a student organization founded in 2020 to create an environment for public health doctoral students to share, exchange, and collaborate on academic, professional, and community opportunities. We aim to strengthen the network between doctoral level students training to be future public health researchers and practitioners.
- Academic Workshops/Training
- Comprehensive Exam Study Sessions
- Dissertation Writing Support
- Professional Mixers
- Community Outreach Projects
- Connect with Other Public Health Classes
The PHDRN stays connected, posts upcoming events, and shares resources on a Teams group. Request to be added by contacting email@example.com.
The virtual writing group is space for each of us to have dedicated time to work on our various projects. You can be added to multiple writing sessions and attend the ones that fit your schedule depending on the week. Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive Board Members
Connect and Engage
The Delta Omega Honorary Society was founded in 1924 at Johns Hopkins University to promote the study of public health, which at the time was a relatively new field. The Gamma Upsilon Chapter at the School of Public Health at Georgia State was established in 2014 to recognize its students and public health professionals who are dedicated to advancing the wellbeing of all people. The chapter now includes more than 70 members. The chapter inducts no more than 10 percent of the school’s current graduating student body annually, and all student inductees must be in the upper 25 percent of their class.
|Delta Omega Number||Membership Type||Induction Year|
|Kim Ramsey -White||Honorary||2014|
|Christine Murphy Andrews||Student||2016|
|Jessica Rogers Brown||Alumni||2016|
|Angie S. Guinn||Student||2016|