UF Campus Partnerships

One Health Student Association


Executive board members pictured with Dr. Havelaar, a speaker, at our most recent fireside chat
event about food safety and security.

Our Mission:

“The One Health Student Association strives to educate undergraduate students about the topic and importance of One Health. Our goal is to highlight the interconnections between human, animal, and environmental health, while promoting the need for an interdisciplinary mindset when approaching global health issues.”

— OHSA executive board

What We Do:

We provide students with multiple opportunities throughout the semester to engage in service, networking, fundraising, and social events that are related to One Health. Each semester, our main event is a panel that brings in multiple professors, researchers or other professionals to talk to students about a current global health issue. Additionally, whether it is street cleanups and serving meals to the homeless, hosting research and professional development workshops, or planning various socials, our goal is to bring undergraduate students together and leave a positive impact on our campus and community.

How to Join:

Any UF student enrolled in classes can join! Simply follow-us on our Instagram or check out our website to find out when our general body meetings and other events take place, and just show up. There are no dues associated with becoming a member.

Contact Us:

Instagram: @ohsauf