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ASPPH Presents Webinar, Co-sponsored by Delta Omega, Featuring the 2016 DO Awardees for Innovative Public Health Curriculum

ASPPH, in coordination with Delta Omega, is pleased to offer a webinar featuring the 2016 Delta Omega Awardees for Innovative Public Health Curriculum. The award was presented to Dr. David Moskowitz and Dr. Penny Liberatos, who submitted “Behavioral Sciences & Health Promotion Capstone” on behalf of the Delta Alpha Chapter of New York Medical College, School of Health Sciences and Practice, and Institute of Public Health. The Alpha Chapter of Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health received second place “Certificate in Food Systems, the Environment and Public Health,” which was submitted by Ms. Pamela Berg, Dr. Robert Lawrence, Dr. Keeve Nachman, and Dr. Roni Neff .

Delta Omega created the annual Innovative Curriculum Award more than 10 years ago in order to applaud the important role public health graduate education plays in the development and maintenance of a strong, active, and well-prepared public health profession. Faculty from schools and programs with active chapters may apply for this award, as long as the respective chapter approves of their submission.

This unique award seeks submissions that are creative and bridge the gap between public health academia and practice. Award winners stimulate the evolution of innovative graduate public health courses that are responsive to the educational needs of the public health work force.

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    Roni Neff, PhD

    Assistant Professor, Dept. of Environmental Health and Engineering, Program Director, Food System Sustainability and Public Health Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

    Penny Liberatos, PhD

    Assistant Professor and Director of MPH Studies, Behavioral Sciences & Health Promotion, Department of Epidemiology & Community Health, New York Medical College, School of Health Sciences & Practice

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