Tag Archives: MPH program

Case Study: How Online Education Can Keep Students Enrolled and Engaged

By Satesh Bidaisee, Associate Professor of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, St. George's University
August 17, 2016

This time of year, college students are flocking to register for classes. Enrollment in online courses is surging. But few of these students see the courses through to completion. Universities need to change that. Online courses grew in popularity for the 13th straight year. Enrollment for online courses nearly doubled in 2015, topping 35 million students.[1] […]

Pioneer Dalai Lama Fellow Introducing Population, Health and Environment Concept in Schools

By Joseph Byonanebye
June 28, 2012

In June 2012, Joseph Byonanebye, a 2009 MPH graduate from St. George’s University, completed a Dalai Lama Fellowship (DLF) in California (US). He is among the pioneer DLF fellows who have been trained in California and implemented projects in different countries. Joseph chose to work in his home country Uganda, under his umbrella organization, where […]

Where Does Your Loyalty Lie?

By VKimotho
October 9, 2011

As an undergrad at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I was fortunate to work in James Thomson’s regenerative biology lab. Jamie (as he was fondly known) was the first cellular biologist in the world to derive the first set of human embryonic stem cell lines and in 2007, matched his previous brilliance with a new ability […]