From the Front Row

From the Front Row: Student Voices in Public Health -- A Podcast from the University of Iowa College of Public Health.


“From the Front Row: Student Voices in Public Health” is an inside look at the public health grad student experience at the University of Iowa. Our panelists share their thoughts and perspectives on student life and current issues facing public health professionals.

Episode 6: MPH student Ian Buchta discusses public health policy and advocacy with Iowa Public Health Association executive director Jeneane Moody.

Episode 5: Ian Buchta on attending a major public health conference as a student.

Episode 4: Seamus, Lexie, and Kurayi talk about their end-of-semester projects and their public health career aspirations.

Episode 3: Lexie, Virgil, and Wensday talk about wrapping up the semester, what sparked their interest in public health, and what’s next for them.

Episode 2: Seamus, Lexie, and Kurayi share their thoughts and perspectives on the educational experience at the University of Iowa.

In this special edition of “From the Front Row,” student Seamus Taylor talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Johnson about the intersection of animal and human health and the effects of loneliness on our well-being.

Episode 1:  Lexie, Virgil, and Wensday discuss what it’s like to be a public health grad student in 2018 and their experiences both inside and outside of the classroom.

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