May 17, 2010

Diploma Ceremonies

Rollins School of Public Health

Fighting for social justice is “something that you feel in your bones,” Sarah Holewinksi told graduates of the Rollins School of Public Health.

“I can’t stop war,” said Holewinski, executive director of the Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict. “What I can do is use my knowledge to make things right. Genuine change comes from the sum of everything I do and everything you do.”

The RSPH Class of 2010 included 317 master of public health, 11 master of science in public health, one master of science in biostatistics, and 30 dual-degree recipients. Another 25 students received PhDs from the graduate school.

Graduate Jean Cadet received the James W. Alley Award for his work as a physician in Haiti, among other accomplishments. The award honors a graduating student, who in the eyes of faculty and students, provides the greatest service to disadvantaged populations during his/her career.

—Pam Auchmutey

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