USF’s Master of Public Health (MPH) program has the answers. The program was just ranked as one of the top online public health programs in the nation by college ranking website The Best Schools.
The online program, which ranks 18th in the country, has on-campus equivalents in San Francisco and Sacramento, as well.
Shabnam Koirala-Azad has been named the new School of Education dean following a nationwide search.
The appointment, by Provost Don Heller, takes effect immediately.
Koirala-Azad has served as interim dean since January. She started teaching at USF 12 years ago and was promoted to associate dean and then interim dean. As a faculty member, she expanded the comparative and global studies dimension to the school, and served as the department chair of the Department of International and Multicultural Education. She also co-founded USF’s master’s program and doctoral concentration in Human Rights Education — the first ever in the country. Continue Reading