Student Ambassadors planned an event for UF Health Science and Gainesville community members to promote environmental health awareness. (Pictured left to right: Melissa Dulcey, Amanda Buerger, Sara Humes).
Members of the EGH Ambassadors are leaders in the Department of Environmental and Global Health. They serve the community to increase awareness of Environmental and Public Health issues through community engagement and service while serving the department by organizing student and faculty events focused on retention and scholarship. EGH Ambassador meetings are open to all students of all programs within EGH, so please feel free to stop by to make your voice heard.
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The ToxSquad was developed in 2016 in an effort to bridge that gap between scientists and community members and inspire interest in the fields of environmental health and toxicology. As a volunteer group composed of public health researchers, the ToxSquad uses a combination of online resources, educational events, and teaching opportunities to share environmental health concepts with locals in Gainesville, FL.
The Reitz Union offers a variety of programs and services to students and the Gainesville community as a whole. Students can benefit from dining options, free student events, arts and leisure programs, and more.
Student Activities and Involvement (SAI) provides support for hundreds of student organizations, through engagement activities and leadership and service mentorship.
GatorConnect connects students with hundreds of student organizations on campus.