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Health Behavior Student Awards 2019

Student Awards The Department of Health Behavior celebrate the work of nine Master’s Capstone Teams and  presented student awards on April 24, 2019, in the Joan Heckler Gillings Auditorium. Harriet Hylton Barr Memorial Scholarship Awardee: Kelsey Dickman Presenter: Joanna Ramirez Lucy S. Morgan Fellowship Awardees: Rakiah Anderson, Emily Dake and Simone Frank Presenters: Julianna de... Read more »

Health Behavior Alumni News – Spring 2019

The Department of Health Behavior posts alumni news and updates on our website as they happen and distributes a compilation as a component of our e-newsletter several times a year. May 21, 2019 More than 40 health behavior alumni from the local North Carolina came together at our annual spring social at Fullsteam Brewery in... Read more »

Scholarship Helps Recruit Talented Health Behavior Students

The Hatch-Barnhill Scholarship helps us recruit and train the best and brightest students to do critical work addressing health equity. Attracting top students has become more competitive, and we need additional resources to offer a scholarship that is on par with financial support offered by our peer institutions. Please consider making a contribution to support... Read more »

Health Behavior Student News – Spring 2019

May 13, 2019 Yesenia Merino, PhD, a 2019 graduate of the health behavior doctoral program, has been inducted into the Frank Porter Graham Honor Society. The Society recognizes exceptional students, faculty and staff who have contributed to the legacy of graduate education at Carolina. Merino co-founded the Carolina Grad Student F1rst Program, an initiative housed within... Read more »

Faculty News Fall 2018

The Department of Health Behavior posts faculty news and updates on our website as they happen and distributes a compilation as a component of our e-newsletter several times a year. November 18 In the U.S., diabetes is diagnosed every 21 seconds, one in three adults and 100 million people are affected, and the estimated cost... Read more »

Health Behavior Alumni News Fall 2018

The Department of Health Behavior posts alumni news and updates on our website as they happen and distributes a compilation as a component of our e-newsletter several times a year. June-November 2018 Alumni survey 2018 Browse the list of more than 200 alumni updates by year of graduation. We received these updates through our annual... Read more »

Health Behavior Student News Fall 2018

The Department of Health Behavior posts student news and updates on our website as they happen. We also compile and distribute the list as a component of our e-newsletter. June – November 2018 November 15 November was a good month for doctoral student Yesenia Magaly Merino, who received an award, presented a poster and published her... Read more »

Health Behavior Faculty News – Spring 2019

May 13 Suzanne Maman, PhD, professor and vice chair in health behavior and co-leader of the Master of Public Health global health concentration, has been named UNC faculty director at the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center. The Center is one of six Rotary Peace Centers worldwide that train students to become leaders in peace building and conflict... Read more »

Health behavior alumni updates: September 2017 - June 2018

Dear fellow health behavior alumni, I hope all of you are doing well and enjoying the beginning of summer. Thanks to the many alumni who completed our ‘Alumni Updates’ survey back in September. With the information from this survey, we are able to share career updates from more than 100 of our alumni in this newsletter. The enthusiasm you... Read more »

Tips on finding health behavior alumni

How to connect with other health behavior alumni Start with a search for alumni on LinkedIn. Click on the image, or navigate to LinkedIn’s UNC alumni page (https://www.linkedin.com/school/university-of-north-carolina-at-chapel-hill/alumni/) You may need to sign in to LinkedIn in order to see the page. This search will quicker on a computer than on a cellphone. Then use... Read more »