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WVU offers practice-based education and service learning in public health

With public health workforce needs on the rise, the West Virginia University School of Public Health is expanding opportunities for its students to gain practice-based experience. Leading the expansion is Diane Gross, associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, who recently assumed the full-time role of director of practiced-based education and service learning for the school. In this role, she will direct the experiential learning opportunities for graduate students, particularly those in the Master of Public Health program, increasing their opportunities to work with the public health workforce. She talks about this in the latest edition of our Inside WVUToday video series.

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