The ETSU College of Public Health Student Council shall serve as a representative
board for the many departments of the College of Public Health, elicit student feedback
and communicate issues of concern to the Dean of the College of Public Health, and
advocate for the students.
The Public Health Student Association (PHSA) is a student organization for undergraduate,
graduate and doctoral public health students enrolled in the College of Public Health
at East Tennessee State University. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Mission: Promote awareness of career and academic issues related ot the field of
public health by serving as a voice to the faculty and administration; Support all
public health students at ETSU academically, professionally, and socially; organize
health-related volunteer activities within the community; collaborate with health
organization, agencies, and associations regarding public health programming activities;
encourage students to actively pursue education and professional development; host
regular social events for public health students to foster positive interactions among
students, faculty, and staff.
It shall be the purpose of the Tennessee Environmental Health Association to unite
those persons who have mutual interests and ideals concerning environmental health
through education, promotion, and implementation of our standards.
The ETSU chapter of ASM is a society created by and for health science students. This
society was created to develop its members into strong professionals in their careers,
as well as give them opportunities to give back to their community through education.
We strive to promote the interest and participation of both high school and collegiate
students in ASM both locally and nationally, and improve the overall quality of the
ETSU Microbiology program. Members learn theoretical and practical knowledge of scientific
research, and stay up-to-date on current research being conducted. ASM also gives
members many opportunities to make social connections with other students and faculty
in the health science programs offered by ETSU. All interested students are encouraged
to come to any general meetings or email the officers for more information!