Epidemiology Faculty Honored by MPH Students on Public Health Day

Published: June 21st, 2017

Category: Faculty News, Recent News

On Public Health Day 2017, the culminating experience of the University of Florida MPH program, two Epidemiology faculty were honored by the Public Health Student Association (PHSA). Founded in 2003 as an organization for MPH students, PHSA is dedicated to the purpose of facilitating community, service, and opportunity for students in the College of Public Health and Health Professions. Cindy Prins, PhD, MPH, CIC, CPH, Clinical Assistant Professor in Epidemiology, Assistant Dean for Educational Affairs for PHHP, and Director of the MPH Program, received the Public Health Award for Faculty Excellence. Linda B. Cottler, PhD, MPH, FACE, Dean’s Professor and Founding Chair in Epidemiology and Associate Dean for Research and Planning for PHHP, received the Locksmith Award for Being the Key to Success. Congratulations to Drs. Prins and Cottler on their well-deserved awards, and congratulations to the MPH graduates on their Research Day presentations and on the completion of their degrees.