March 29, 2021

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Annual EHS Student Research Symposium

Please join us on Friday, April 2 for the annual EHS Research Symposium, showcasing the latest research from the University of Georgia’s Department of Environmental Health Science. The event will take place virtually from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm via Wonder.


10:00am – 12:00pm: Morning Session (Presentations)

12:00pm – 2:00pm: Break

2:00pm – 4:00pm: Afternoon Session (Alumni Panel + Networking)

Register to attend at Email questions to

Dissertation Defense Announcements

Name: Hilary Carruthers, DrPH Candidate, Public Health

Dissertation: A Study of Physical Education and Physical Fitness Among Youths in Middle School

Date/Time: 4/2/2021 10:00:00 AM

Location: Zoom,

Meetings & Events

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Translation & Dissemination Internships

The American Association on Health and Disability,, is a national cross-disability 501(c)3 organization committed to ensuring health equity for persons with disabilities through policy, research and dissemination.

Fostering the next generation of disability and health researchers, policy experts, and communicators is part of AAHD’s mission. Regardless of focus, we strive to bring a challenging, high-quality, and meaningful internship experience to students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Our Translation and Dissemination internship program is designed to provide students with practical training in the science and art of converting research findings into dissemination products (such as Reports, Policy, Research, and Issue Briefs, Infographics, Fact Sheets, or Social Media) that reach and result in action by different audiences (end users) such as persons with disabilities and disability advocacy organizations, health and public health organizations, health providers, researchers, policy makers and others.

Interns will be introduced to a range of disability and health research findings and a variety of research methods (qualitative, quantitative, and policy research) and provided guidance and mentoring for an internship experience that combines knowledge and theory with practical application. AAHD’s Translation and Dissemination internship program is a unique opportunity to contribute to large-scale knowledge translation (also called Implementation Science) and dissemination efforts on national, state, and local levels. AAHD welcomes applicants from a wide range of academic programs including but not limited to public health, health management and policy, disability studies, public policy, political science, or communications.

This position is virtual. A monthly stipend of $500 is available for the Translation and Dissemination Intern(s).

Please send your resume and indicate your availability to Dr. Charles Drum at NO PHONE CALLS

Summer Walton Wellness

Start Date: May 1st 2021

End Date: Aug 1st 2021

Description of work :

This intern will assist with physician engagement and participant engagement and coordination for our summer 2021 FarmRx Program. They will capture and analyze participant attendance, demographics, and biometric measures. They will develop a summary report for each participant to be sent to their referring provider as well as a program summary report of all program participant demographics.

Services to Be Performed by the Intern:

● Participant coordination

● Data analysis

● Report generation

Deliverables to Be Provided by the Intern and Any Deadlines:

● Participant List

● Participant Attendance Records

● Retention Statistics

● Summary Report for each participant

● Program summary data to include participant demographics, biometrics

● An evaluation report to include success, barriers, and recommendations for improvement.

Contact Alex Lundy with your Resume, Cover Letter and any questions.

Alex Lundy- Email:

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