Samantha Bockoven

Samantha Bockoven graduated from Villanova University in 2019 with a degree in Peace and Justice and a minor in Global Health. She went on to get her master’s in public health with a concentration in disaster health and emergency preparedness. Since then, she has worked in a variety of public health jobs in the United States and around the world.

Articles By Samantha Bockoven

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By: Samantha Bockoven — October 19, 2022
Dorm rooms and on-campus apartments tend to be tight on space. With some creativity, you can still do all the cooking you enjoy right from your dorm room.
By: Samantha Bockoven — October 19, 2022
The field of public health is a great degree to pursue a wide variety of jobs. Whether you want to work in an academic institution, a nonprofit, a governmental agency, a trade association, a think tank, a private company, or somewhere else, there is a place for you!
By: Samantha Bockoven — December 12, 2022
The last month of the year is full of big holidays like Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, which bring families together to celebrate their faith and culture. Throughout these weeks are also plenty of other important and fun observances that make December a truly special month.
By: Samantha Bockoven — January 9, 2023
This article will introduce some conversation starters you can use to break the ice.
By: Samantha Bockoven — December 9, 2022
Although your college campus may seem far removed from harm, preparing for disasters that can strike your area is essential.
By: Samantha Bockoven — January 17, 2023
Whether just starting a collegiate sport or participating in the sport for a few years now, here are five reminders of ways you can mitigate some of the negative components of being a student-athlete.
By: Samantha Bockoven — December 19, 2022
Although Christmas celebrations across cultures include many similar traditions, it is interesting to see what cultures do differently.
By: Samantha Bockoven — January 25, 2023
The following article will discuss ways to connect to a faith family in college.
By: Samantha Bockoven — November 14, 2022
The number one inhibitor of travel is money. These travel tips will give you the tools to start planning your trip without putting a huge dent in your wallet!
By: Samantha Bockoven — January 17, 2023
If you have a chronic illness and want to attend college, do not let fear of the unknown stop you. There are many things you can do to prepare yourself for this transition.
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