Masters of Public Health
The Master of Public Health degree (MPH) is a professional degree offered by Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) in collaboration with Old Dominion University (ODU). The Program provides graduates with an understanding of the public health sciences and with knowledge and skills that can be utilized in healthcare management, population-based research and the community practice of public health. Currently the program offers four tracks of specialization: Epidemiology, Global Environmental Health, Health Management and Policy and Health Promotion.
MPH 2021 Executive Board
President: Nicholas Carranza
Vice President: Tavanda Lawrence
Treasurer: Adjovi Commisaire
Secretary: Angel Harrison
EVMS Campus Programs
ODU Campus Programs
Lecture videos are on the Accordent Video Portal. To use the feature that allows you to change the play speed, you must use Internet Explorer (download the latest version). When the video pops up, right click > Play Speed. This will work on other browsers also once a new update comes through for the Silverlight software.
For the ODU Online courses, you may go to this Video Streaming Launch site where you have the current semester's list and the archived videos.
ODU Technical Support
Webb Center, room 1504
(For DL) For video stream help, please contact our OCCS Technical Support Center (TSC):
Hours: Mon - Fri 8am - 10pm, Sat, 9am - 2pm
EVMS Technical Support
Go to your EVMS portal. Under Utilities Section on the bottom left, you will find computer information handout (pdf). On page 23 you will find "Help Resources and Hours of Operation":
Hours: Mon - Thurs 8am - 12am, Fri 8am - 6pm, Sat 9am - 7pm, Sun 10am-12am
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 5pm
1003 Lewis Hall
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Monday through Friday
Location: 1003 Lewis Hall
After Hours Technical Failure:
EVMS Campus Security
24 Hours a day, 365 days a year.
1028 Lewis Hall
Volunteering/Networking with CINCH
CINCH has an opening for a summer practicum student to help oversee our CDC CHANGE Tool Assessment for the City of Portsmouth. This is part of our ACHIEVE grant activity in that city. CINCH/EVMS manages this grant on behalf of the city. This opportunity provides the student experience in working on a CDC Healthy Community Initiative and to become familiar with and receive training on the CDC CHANGE Tool – used to measure policy, systems and environmental change in communities. The student will also have exposure to the leadership team and change making process in Portsmouth.
Given the timing of this activity, we prefer to identify potential students this spring so that they may take place in the early planning, training, and preparation required for this activity which will take place over the summer. Interested students should contact me. Interviews will be held for this practicum position. This practicum position is unpaid.
More information on the CHANGE Tool is available here
More information on Healthy Portsmouth (AKA – Portsmouth ACHIEVE) is available here
More information about ACHIEVE is available here
Booz | Allen | Hamilton
Go to http://www.boozallen.com/careers/find-your-job and complete the following steps:
1) In the middle of the page you will see 3 options. Click on "Create/update your profile".
2) Click "New user" and follow the instructions to create an account
3) After creating your account, go back to “Search Jobs”
4) Instead of searching by keyword just paste the number applicable to your years of experience (0-4 yrs. or 5+ yrs.)
• 01117584 for 0 to 4 years of experience “Epidemiologist Jr “
• 01117585 for 5 to 10+ years of experience “Epidemiologist Sr”
5) You then will be able to match your Profile to the Job Posting and attach your resume
Diana M. Novak
5800 Lake Wright Drive Suite 100, Norfolk, VA 23502
Tel (757) 892-6547, Mobile (757) 575-5550