Sarah Haygood, a rising Boaz High School senior, was among a select group of 25 students from across the state who attended the Rural Health Scholars program at The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences.
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Two select groups of students from across the state were recently on campus for the Rural Health Scholars and Rural Minority Health Scholars programs in The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences.
Heather Taylor, MD, a pediatrician and assistant professor in the College of Community Health Sciences, was honored with the prestigious Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Faculty Award.
Project Rebound UA is part of the statewide Project Rebound effort, a crisis counselor program activated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency after natural disasters.
Each year, the College holds an annual Research Day to display our collaborative research efforts and inform ourselves and The University of our findings. The 4th annual research day was conducted April 13, 2012.
Dr. Richard H. Streiffer has been appointed dean of The University of Alabama’s College of Community Health Sciences, the Tuscaloosa branch campus of the UA School of Medicine.
Margaret P. Garner, associate professor in The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences, has been named director-at-large for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
The 13th annual Rural Health Conference will be held on April 20th, 2012. This year’s topic is Rural Rebound: Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Response. Registration is available now.
The College of Community Health Sciences will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. All alumni are encouraged to visit us for an entire weekend of events on April 20th and 21st.
The Project Rebound program at The University of Alabama is offering crisis counseling for students impacted by the April 2011 tornadoes. Project Rebound UA can provide help for students who may be experiencing emotional and other issues resulting from the tornadoes.
The University of Alabama
College of Community Health Sciences
850 Peter Bryce Boulevard
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487