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Public health preparedness master's students take on COVID-19-related projects

Sep 28, 2020

When COVID-19 gained pandemic status in the spring, students in health-related fields across the country saw topics from  their courses and training become a reality. For Heather Schubert and Jennie Kriznik, recent graduates of the master of professional studies in homeland security public health…