Join students, faculty and community partners as we celebrate Environmental and Occupational Health at the 1st Annual Public Health Oscar Night. Enjoy student short films, meet the nominees and mingle with the stars of Public Health!
Communication is an essential component of public health practice and research. Students enrolled in the Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health course at the Colorado School of Public Health gain “real world” experience in public health communication by producing short videos on public health topics of their choosing.
For the first time since students began producing YouTube videos for this course, we have organized an event to recognize the hard work that they devote to their projects. This semester, many of the student groups included interviews with community members and scientific experts - providing further reason to highlight these creative, thoughtful and often hilarious student projects.
This is the only chance you’ll have to attend the First Annual Public Health Oscar’s Night!
And the nominees are…
Best Documentary or Interview
BPA in Colorado by Pamela Gould, Katherine Henry, Amanda Shallcross and Jill Strange.
Colorado Cooties by Monica Bautista, Naomi Carey, Tara Farnsworth, Marie Logsden and
Fewer Miles, Fresher Food:
The Farm to School Movement by Michaela Brtnikova, Tanner Caverly, Anna-Lisa Farmar, Steven Lockhart and Claire Zelie
Indoor Tanning by Laura Bingert, Hannah Newman, Andrew Regan, Nicholas Robles and Reut Tenne
Traumatic Brain Injury in Athletes
Stephanie Kleynhans, Eskedar , Danielle Marck, Jamie Peterson and James Warne
Best Environmental Health Film
Health and the Built Environment
Elizabeth Cohlmia, Leslie Frank, Kristina Johnson, Michael Rowland and
Illegal Dumping Can Affect Our Health
Sean Flynn, Victoria Francies, Julie Hines, Christine Rickfels and Lynn Wagner
Obesity in China
Adam Anderson, Christy Marie Jackson, Elizabeth Philips and Tung-Lung Tsai
Isobelle Galeon, Autumn Hummel, Ming Ma, Miranda Meadow and Bryan Storey
Washing Fruits and Vegetables:
Foodborne Illness and Consumer Safety
Amber Banducci, Erin Martinez, Westley Reed and Lynda Saignaphone
Best Occupational Health Film
A Long Haul for Health
David Elwell, Michole Johnson, Sascha Larsen-Helbing, Nicole Smith and
Rebecca Huben, Amelia James, Arthur Runkle, Elizabeth Sinatra and Erika Wey
Juliana Darrow, Mary Newell, Callie Preheim and Allison Voelker
Waxing is Taxing!
Katie Conrath, Jamira Jones, Vanessa Rosselli, Natalie Hull and Jordan Zach
Most “Unique” Film
Idling: It’s Taking Us Nowhere
Ashley Ehlers, Jay Jackson, Gina Malloy, Kathy Mc-Keeta-Probeck, Melissa Mouton and Rachel Sippl
Seniors Living in Rural Food Deserts
Tiffany Cadwell, Dana Kennedy, Ursula Lauper and Ashley Parr
Bridgette Binford, Merida Carmona, Dianna Damask, Crystal Medina and Amber Powell
What’s the Scoop on Dog Waste?
Nathan DeJong, Anjanette Hawkins, Vladka Kovar, Stacy Livingwell and Andrew Wallace