Eta Sigma Gamma Meetings
- Every Fall Semester there in an induction for the Eta Sigma Gamma National Health Education Honor Society (ESG).
- Students pay a yearly membership fee to ESG and attend meetings twice a month.
- The mission of Eta Sigma Gamma is the promotion of the discipline by elevating the standards, ideals, competence, and ethics of professionally prepared men and women in Health Education.
- The goals of the honorary include:
- Supporting the planning, implementation, and evaluation of health education programs and resources
- Stimulating and disseminating scientific research;
- Motivating and providing health education services
- Recognizing academic achievement
- Supporting health education advocacy initiatives
- Promoting professional standards and ethics
- Promoting networking activities among health educators and related professionals
The current Faculty advisor for ESG is Dr Darlene Martin.
DW Delta Omega Society EM Epsilon Mu Chapter
The purpose of Delta Omega is to promote the excellence of Liberty University Graduate students in the field of Public health who exhibit the commitment of the society by the, “… dedication of an individual to increasing the quality of the field [of public health], as well as to the protection and advancement of the health of all people.” Application into Delta Omega is reserved selected graduate Master of Public Health student body who are in the top graduating class, have a minimum of a 3.5 GPA, demonstrate documented success in the following core commitments:
- Excellent in academic achievement,
- Service beyond self,
- Development of the individual and profession
- Exceptional spiritual character,
- Devotedness to the practice of the public health profession
- Nominations and approved applications for new members of Liberty University’s Delta Omega Epsilon Mu Chapter are held each Fall term
- Induction of new members is celebrated and recognized each Spring term.
- Each nominated and current member of Delta Omega participates in the Center for Research and Scholarship’s Research Week and may compete for the Epsilon Mu Chapter Research Award. Collaborations among members to conduct research worthy of submission is encouraged. Research Week 2023 – April 17-20, 2023 | Center for Research & Scholarship | Liberty University
- Members are encouraged to activity participate in their professional and state public health organization’s and attend public health conferences as engaged members.
- Members are required to participate in the National Service day, held annually through serving in their local community.
For more information on Delta Omega you may contact Dr. Linnaya Graf
LU Public Health Student Association Meetings
LUPHSA is a club that raises awareness & promotes health, wellness, & disease prevention
on the Liberty University campus & in the Lynchburg community.
- Open to all B.S. in Public Health, M.P.H and Health-related field students.
- $10 annual membership fee to join.
- Meetings are held once a month, residentially and virtually.
- Provides public health service opportunities for students.
- Provides community service hours through CSER 311-006
- Visit our Facebook Page
Pre-Occupational Therapy Club
Our primary purpose is to inform and educate Liberty students about the career of occupational therapy. We want to help members prepare to earn acceptance into graduate school and excel in their chosen areas of study. We also want to have a commitment to the surrounding community of Lynchburg through volunteerism and education of what occupational therapy is.
- The membership fee is $10; in order to qualify you must have a GPA of 2.8 or higher
- Monthly Meetings will occur
- Events and field trips will take place each semester to expand Pre-OT knowledge
- If interested in joining please contact Dr. Robyn Anderson