Guest speaker Jack Millaway of the NO/AIDS
Task Force (BSPH '09, EPID MSPH '11).
(Photo: Alexis Ruffino)
Alumni and Student Government Association Speakers' Bureau
The SPHTM Alumni Association (SPHTMAA) and Student Government Association (SGA) have been collaborating on a Speakers' Bureau for the purpose of connecting students with alumni and public health professionals who have achieved in their field.
The concept is to utilize the expertise of alumni and friends who live in or visit New Orleans and may be a resource to students. We are seeking your help in identifying your interest in giving a presentation to students on a public health topic of your choice, your research, professional development, etc., while providing an informal networking opportunity. We would like for the topics addressed to complement department curriculum, and are notifying department chairs as speakers request to present.
The SPHTMAA and SGA will create a database of potential speakers and topics from which to draw, and select speakers will be invited to give a presentation. If you are interested in being a speaker, please complete the form and submit to Alexis Ruffino, SPHTMAA Coordinator via email at email@example.com, who will add your name to our database of potential speakers and topics.
Recent Alumni Speakers' Bureau Presentations
"Saving Gotham: Policy & Environmental Approaches to Health Promotion in New York City, 2002-2013" (Spring 2014)
"How to Get into CDC: Fellowship Opportunities in the Federal Government" (Spring 2014)
"Maximizing New Graduate Opportunities and Connecting with Colleagues in Your Field" (Spring 2014)
"Healthcare Quality Improvement: Using Numbers to Improve the Care of People" (Spring 2014)
"Planning Ahead: Practicum Opportunities at the Louisiana Public Health Institute" (Spring 2014)
"On Your Mark, Get Ready, Grow! How to Distinguish Yourself in the Next Generation of Public Health Leaders" (Fall 2013)
"It ALL Matters - What Your Degree Won't Buy You" (Fall 2013)
"Public Health in the Land of the Batwa Pygmies" (Spring 2013)
"Civilian Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps Program: Purpose, Public Health Initiatives and Public Health Preparedness" (Spring 2012)