The COPH Student Council will be organizing a series of events from fundraisers to informal social gatherings. The Council encourages every student to get involved not only at the College level, but also at the community level, the state level, and the national level.
The mission of the UAMS College of Public Health Honor Council is to promote, encourage, and ensure compliance with the standards of the Code of Academic Integrity.
Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
The Delta Omega Society is the honorary society for graduate studies in public health. Delta Omega was established in 1924 at Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health (now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health) as an honorary society to encourage and recognize excellence in practice, research, education, and academic achievement in the field of public health. There are more than 13,000 members of Delta Omega in 70 chapters throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. A National Executive Council, consisting of elected officers and delegates from the local chapters, administers the affairs of Delta Omega.
Public Health is something that effects each and everyone of us. The Arkansas Public Health Association encourages you to get involved with modern public health concerns through the Arkansas Public Health Association. Health security can only be assured when core public health functions are in place. If you are interested in becoming a member, please complete the membership application and return it to the address on the application.
The UAMS Master of Health Administration Student Association (MHASA) represents all students enrolled in the MHA program. The MHASA is focused on service, education and professional development of future health care leaders. The MHASA is involved in many areas, including professional development, networking opportunities, social activities, fundraising, community service, and philanthropic activities. Students enrolled in the MHA program at UAMS automatically become members of the MHASA.