NDSU Department of Public Health News
PartnerSHIP 4 Health May 2014 e-news
Dr. Warne presents during women's health week
Dr. Warne presented at the National Institutes of Health as part of Women's Health Week. On May 15, he provided the Keynote Address at the Pocahontas Memorial Research Symposium, and on May 16, he...
Traditional healers panel held May 2
On May 2, the American Indian Public Health track of the MPH Program was honored to host a Traditional Healers Panel as part of Donna Grandbois' class Cultural Competence in American Indian Health. ...
Dr. Warne co-chairs heart walk
Dr. Donald Warne, NDSU MPH director, co-chaired the American Heart Association's Heart Walk in Fargo, ND. The walk was held at the Scheel's Arena, Saturday, May 3.
May graduates present MPH papers
Twila Cutlip and Camilla Hawley presented their papers at the beginning of May. The picture above is Cutlip and Hawley with Dr. Donald Warne, Director of the NDSU MPH program. Both are spring 2014...
In Recognition of National Women’s Health Week 2014
Although we have evidence to the contrary, many people still think of cardiovascular disease (CVD) as a disease primarily of men (1). This misconception stems from the fact that men tend to develop...
Grandbois profiled by NURSE Corps
NDSU MPH visits with representives of Kagoshima University
Dean Charles Peterson, Katsunori Takeuchi, Don Warne, Dr. Yoshizane Maeda, Carla Gross
Charles Peterson, NDSU Dean of College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences, Don Warne, NDSU MPH...
MPH student Jamie Holding Eagle selected as delegate to Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre
Jamie Holding Eagle, NDSU MPH student, has been chosen to serve as a delegate to Slow Food USA's Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre 2014 which will take place October 23-27, 2014 in Turin, Italy. ...