THE PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
PHSGA is an officially recognized representative association comprised of the entire School of Public Health student body. Each student within the School of Public Health is a member of the PHSGA. The governing body of the PHSGA is bicameral and comprised of an Executive Cabinet and a Council of Representatives. The purpose of PHSGA is:
MISSION OF THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Tonychris Nnaka – President
Armando Moreno – Vice President
Nimitariye Princewill – Secretary
Orji Okereke – Treasurer
Student Council of Representatives
Maureen Thomas – MPH Representative
Helen Orimoloye – PhD Representative
Laci Sherman – MHA Representative
Yuhan Huang – Biostatistics
Alice Miank – Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
Leah Odame-Bamfo – Epidemiology
Shravan Mupparapu – Health Management & Policy
Shanalyn Ghosh – Maternal & Child Health
Curtizia Alexander – Behavioral & Community Health
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The Public Health Student Government Association (PHSGA) is a representative association comprised of the entire School of Public Health Student Body. Therefor every public health student is a member of the PHSGA. The governing body of the PHSGA is bicameral and comprised of the Executive Cabinet and the Council of Representatives. The purpose of the PHSGA is to:
"Identify and represent student interests, facilitate student-to-student communication, promote student participation in the overall decision-making processes of the University, enhances the quality and scope of education at the University specifically the School of Public Health, and promote the general welfare of the student body"
If your group has a UNTHSC listserv, please list the address. Otherwise, please list N/A.
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.
All current students in the School of Public Health are members of the Public Health Student Government Association.
Yearly, Semesterly, Officers Appointed, etc.
What Month/Time of Year do Elections Occur?
Every Spring Semester
Please provide the name of any additional officers (e.g., Co-President, TPTA Rep, Honor Code Representative Alternate).
Lauren M. Booe
Student Service Coordinator, Office of Academic Services - School of Public Health