Public Health at SeaA group of Keystone College students will spend their Spring Break exploring how a small floating city manages day to day public health issues while aboard Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas! Follow along as students blog about their...
Public Health Week: Student Health Fair
Come visit the health fair! Students from PBHL 1110: Introduction to Public Health are hosting information tables on various health issues they have been working on all semester.
Public Health Week: Sexual Health Q&A Jenga Game
Join Xceed America for a sexual health Jenga game and learn common sexual health facts.
Public Health Week: Mental Health First Aid Class
Learn how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges. Explore common signs and symptoms of mental health challenges and substance use, how to interact with a person in crisis, and how to connect a person with help. To...
Public Health Week: World Health Day
Celebrate World Health Day by enjoying a variety of dishes from around the world and learn why getting the correct amount of nutrients daily is good for your mental and overall health! The menu includes: Mediterranean: Mediterranean Chicken Bowl Mediterranean:...
Public Health Week: Public Health Professions Career Panel (Virtual Event)
Open to current Keystone College students, recent Keystone graduates Gabi Henry Bevan ’14, Kaleen Pastrana ’17, and Taylor Tavares Parker ’18 will share valuable insight and advice on how to achieve success in the public health field. Gabi Henry Bevan ’14 is currently...
Public Health Week: It’s About Time: History of Title IX
Join Keystone College Associate Professor Kerry C. Roe, Ph.D., for a thoughtful examination of Title IX. The presentation will place the development and evolution of Title IX within in its historical context, paying particular attention to the ways in which the...
PA live! segment featuring Dr. Vicki Stanavitch
Keystone College Associate Professor Vicki Stanavitch, Ph.D., discusses Keystone College’s public health program on WBRE’s “PA live!”.
Public Health Workers on the Front Lines of Pandemic
Public health workers are at a critically low level. Given the current Coronavirus pandemic, these deficiencies are of even greater importance.
Keystone students learn about public and urban health in Chicago
Keystone College criminal justice and public health classes visited Chicago as part of the LEARN Chicago program.