Tobacco and alcohol portrayals in films

Thrasher publishes largest international study on tobacco and alcohol portrayals in films; World Health Organization report sanctions the authors’ recommendations for reducing tobacco portrayals.


Eberth wins mentorship grant

Jan Eberth has won a four-year Mentored Research Scholar Grant from the American Cancer Society to explore accessibility to colonoscopy services in the Carolinas.


Apel earns highest ASHA award

Kenn Apel, COMD professor and chair, has been honored with the highest award that the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association bestows: Honors of the Association.

Gerry Sue and Norman J. Arnold

Gift will create aging institute

Gerry Sue and Norman J. Arnold have gifted the Arnold School of Public Health with $7 million to create a new institute focusing on how to age well, addressing issues faced by young children and older adults.

Liz Harrison

Flood inspires new career path

After being immersed in emergency operations center work since the recent floods hit Columbia, AmeriCorps volunteer and public health undergrad Liz Harrison has a new calling: disaster resilience.


Healthy Aging Forum scheduled for Dec. 9

The S.C. Healthy Brain Research Network will host a Healthy Aging Forum: A Focus on Brain Health on Dec. 9 to advance the research and translation agenda for cognitive health and healthy aging.

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