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March 31, 2016
Danielle Koonce, Green Dot coordinator, at Northwest Missouri State University, has been selected for induction into the University of Missouri-Columbia’s Gamma Eta chapter of Delta Omega, a national honor society for public health.
The chapter enhances connections between public health research and practice while fostering relationships among Missouri public health scholars, alumni, researchers and practitioners as well as individuals in related scientific and social disciplines.
Alumni members are selected on previous performance in the University of Missouri Public Health Program and current contributions to the field of public health and community.
Koonce will be one of 10 alumni members to be inducted during a May 11 ceremony on the Columbia campus.
Koonce earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in public health with an emphasis in health promotion and policy from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Prior to becoming Northwest’s Green Dot coordinator last August, she was a sexual health educator and program coordinator for Student Health Services at the University of South Carolina.
Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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