College of Health
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Our Health& Sustainable Travel
March 5, 2024
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Join the Our Health& series as we take a deeper dive on your questions around the future of travel — from the economic policies and constraints at a community level to the current and trending environmental health impacts to how COVID may have changed travel behaviors for the better.
Join OSU faculty and staff from the College of Heath’s Environmental and Occupational Health program, OSU Cascades’ Sustainable Tourism Lab and the OSUAA’s Group Travel Program for a robust discussion around the complexities of sustainable travel and how it will take a lift from us all to preserve a fundamentally positive human experience for generations to come.
Kylee Probert, HDFS PhD ’22, doesn’t like America’s childcare system, so she’s doing something about it.
Kelley Kaiser, ’93, MPH ’99, serves as senior vice president – chief administrative officer for Samaritan Health Services, a five-hospital, 80-clinic integrated delivery system that operates two insurance companies in the Mid-Willamette Valley.
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An impactful career bringing health care into communities
From Oregon State to India to Tennessee, Amber Coyne, MPH ’15, is making a profound impact in infectious disease community outreach, prevention and treatment. Currently the Syndemic Coordination Director at the Tennessee Department of Health, she oversees the development and implementation of End the Syndemic Tennessee (ETS), which is a community-informed strategic plan to address the prevention of HIV, sexually transmitted infections, substance use disorder and viral hepatitis in Tennessee.
Watch a conversation with Amber about how her roots in public health and special interests in LGBTQ+ health equity, harm reduction and language justice propel her to find innovative ways to address public health risks and keep our most vulnerable populations safe.