(L-R) Trish and Don Hall are recognized for their donations to LLUSPH by Dr. Helen Hopp Marshak on Thurs., Feb. 11, 2016.
School of Public Health News
We will be celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the School of Public Health in 2017. Please forward the names and contact information of friends, family and fellow classmates that were a part of the first school of public health class in 1967 so that they may be included in the celebration. Email Wanda Lewis in the office of Alumni Engagement at email@example.com or call (909) 558-7124. •
There will be times you may feel overwhelmed, but never forget why you decided to take this program.
We know life happens – numerous events (relocation, wedding, new job, loss of a loved one) may affect the pace at which you are working. Do communicate with your professors, your advisor, APO coordinators, your program director, so we can work with you in developing the best plan for success.
Remember the importance of WHOLENESS. Don’t forget to take time for your physical, social and spiritual health.
Have a consistent study space free from distractions. You may need to reorganize your home or office space but make sure to plan on the best learning environment for yourself.
Your classmates could be a great sounding board for new ideas and can provide valuable advice and mentorship.
Your active participation in the online discussions is essential for the success of the course. Visit your course pages daily to provide feedback to the class and check for announcements.
Take time to organize your own schedule. Add all the important due dates to your own calendar on your phone or your e-mail agent. While online learning does not have a face-to-face component, it still requires you to stay on top of the deadlines. Don’t fall behind!
Typically, courses will have their own routine. Take time to learn what the requirements are for each course. Create and clearly designate folders on your computer, so the materials for each course and module may be easily found.