Liberian Student Graduates with Two Outstanding Academic Awards from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Public Health - News Summed Up

Liberian Student Graduates with Two Outstanding Academic Awards from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Public Health


Ambulai Johnson, MPH -- Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public HealthBALTIMORE – A Liberian student at the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Bloomberg School of Public Health in the United States, Ambulai Johnson, has been awarded the Outstanding Academic and Leadership Award by the faculty and students. Ambulai graduates among the top 10 of his class, thereby also awarding him the Delta Omega Award for academic excellence. Ambulai, who graduates among the top of the Class of 2020, was a self-supported student when he enrolled at the JHU Bloomberg School of Public Health program about two years ago. I am proud of him and Liberia should be proud of its son.”During his studies at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Ambulai maintained a 3.8 to 4.0 Grade Pont Average. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health was founded in 1916 and is one of the world’s premier Public Health Institutes which is leading the way in advanced research, education and practices that create practical solutions to public health problems around the world.


Source: Front Page Africa December 23, 2020 23:37 UTC



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