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The School of Public Health recently received full re-accreditation through July 1, 2027 by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).

SocialWorkDegree.org ranked our Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW) degree 2nd and our Master of Social Work (MSW) 3rd in the state of Florida for 2020..

School of Public Health ranks 28th for most NIH funding in the country by The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research.

College Factual ranked the Dietetics and Nutrition program 5th overall in the nation as well as 9th for best value.

The School of Social Work ranked No. 53 among public universities for 2020 by US. News & World Report.

536 undergraduate and graduate internships in 2018-2019.

The School of Public Health is ranked 49th in the country among public universities by US. News & World Report for 2020.

203,014 internship hours completed in 2018-2019.

Diana Azzam

Stempel professor to assess predictive value of personalized medicine approach in childhood sarcomas

Cancer therapy involves great unknowns. But what if doctors had some help in predicting how their pediatric oncology patients might respond to a particular treatment? What if physicians could save critical time and...
Shanna L. Burke

$900k grant will fund research and training to promote neuro-inclusive hiring

Helping young adults with intellectual disabilities succeed in the workplace often has as much to do with those around them as it does with their own abilities. Supervisors with proper training and support can often...

Contact tracing on campus: Stempel MPH students help get it done

Contact tracers have their work cut out for them. Just ask a pair of MPH students in the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work. They’re helping to get people to open up in the midst of a pandemic...

Stempel to co-host ‘Antimicrobial Resistance in Latin America and the Caribbean’

Complimentary registration for the timely and important three-day virtual workshop is currently open. Public health professionals, industry professionals, students and others are invited to take advantage of this...

Countering nutrition-related “fake news” fuels student’s commitment to research

With questionable nutrition claims and too-good-to-be-true diet advice all over the internet, consumers often have little idea what to believe. Rianna Uddin wants her generation to put the nonsense and falsehoods to...