A new Physical Activity Course offered winter term is taking an unusual approach to fitness. The course, PAC 199: Zombie Training, will prepare students for the undead invasion — at least as far at it relates to life skills.
The Center for Healthy Aging Research housed in the CPHHS at Oregon State is recruiting volunteers to join a registry for possible participation in future studies related to the health and well-being of middle-aged and older adults.
In her new position as deputy director of government relations at the American Public Health Association, CPHHS MPH ’11 alumna Nicole Burda advocates for policy change to improve the health of all people and communities.
“I realized at an early age that I genuinely cared about the well-being of people,” says CPHHS alum Josiah Roldan, who currently serves as safety and emergency preparedness program manager for Oregon State Hospital. “The public health career field allowed me to follow my passion.”