UGA Public Health
May 6, 2016
Help Us Serve You Better!
Ever have trouble finding specific information on the UGA CPH website? Or maybe have an idea that would make the CPH site better? Now is your chance to be heard! The UGA College of Public Health is about to embark on a redesign of its website, publichealth.uga.edu, this summer. As a part of this effort, we are asking students, faculty, staff and alumni to complete a short online survey and/or attend a one-hour, structured listening session to help guide us through the process and identify improvements.
Choose one of the following links:
Your contributions at this point of the redesign are very important and we ask that you take 10 minutes to complete the survey and make an effort to join us for a listening session to share your thoughts.
The New PHA Shirts Are Here!!
They’re arriving just in time to keep you stylin’ and profilin’ through finals ;)
At just $15, you’ll want to come by Rhodes hall and claim yours today. We’re doling them out first-come, first-serve so be sure to come pay in advance!
Time to Celebrate! Gather on Herty to Honor the Class of 2016You're less than one month from graduation and the UGA Alumni Association wants to throw a party in your honor featuring:
- The 2016 Senior Signature Plaque Unveiling
- Free Refreshments
- A Live Band
- Photos with Hairy Dawg + the UGA Cheerleaders
- Free Professional Headshots*
Parking Update Near Health Sciences Campus
On 4-19-16 residential/permit only parking signs were erected on Normal Avenue near the intersection of Oglethorpe Ave and various locations throughout that immediate area. We believe this may have an impact on faculty and students working and attending the University of Georgia's Health Sciences Campus. Individuals parking in this area, where signs are posted, will have to display proper neighborhood parking permit decals/hangers within their vehicle or risk costly parking citations. I am forwarding this message in an effort to make faculty and students aware of these recent changes while also hoping to reduce parking concerns for those living within this portion of the Athens community.