Bedford resident and Drexel graduate Carly Linder inducted into public health honors society
Bedford resident Carly Linder graduated from Drexel University’s School of Public Health with a Master of Public Health and was inducted into the Delta Omega National Honor Society at the School of Public Health’s annual end-of-year awards ceremony.
Membership in the Delta Omega National Honor Society is awarded to students who achieve the highest grades in their class, reflecting each individual’s commitment to excellence in the application and synthesis of public health principles as well as to the protection and improvement of population and community health.
Linder is one of only 16 students to be named to the honor society this year from the School of Public Health.
“Congratulations to all of our graduates and award winners. We take great pride in recognizing the academic research and service excellence of our students,” said Dr. Marla Gold, the dean of the School of Public Health. “Our students now accrue more than 70,000 hours annually working directly in the community to improve the lives of others across the nation and overseas. Each student at the School of Public Health makes a significant and meaningful impact on the health of communities from the moment they start at the School of Public Health, and we are proud of their accomplishments.”
The mission of the Drexel University School of Public Health is to promote the health of communities through an integrated program of education, research, service and practice. The school’s mission and curriculum stress the fundamental connection between health and human rights. For more information, visit publichealth.drexel.edu.