The Public Health Student Association (PHSA) is a voluntary student organization for students enrolled in public health programs at the University of Tennessee. The PHSA allows public health students, both new and seasoned, to develop leadership skills, enjoy time together, and develop health-promoting initiatives for the university community and beyond.
- PHSA activities include: planning and leading the new student orientation each fall semester, participating in campus wellness events, and engaging in other service learning activities that promote health.
- Public health students are elected each year for the positions of president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer.
- Associate Professor Kathleen Brown serves as faculty adviser of the PHSA.
- Read the Public Health PHSA bylaws here.
- Annual Reports
2021 PHSA Officers
President: Egla Lopez, doctoral student
Vice President: Jeremy Kourvelas, CHE student
Treasurer: Parth Goenka, HPM student
Secretary: Bethany Rand, doctoral student
Philanthropy Chair: Isis West, EPI student
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