Contact Us: The C19C

Started Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Campus Wide

With the encouragement of Interim Senior Vice President and Provost Dr. Gary Raskob, the Hudson College of Public Health is launching the COVID-19 Committee, or C19CThe C19C is a student-led committee whose main objective is to recruit and connect OUHSC students across all 7 colleges to COVID-19 projects happening on campus and in Oklahoma. We also aim to recognize student involvement, previous or current, in any of these COVID-related activities. 


COVID Projects

If you are leading/organizing a COVID-19 project (research, vaccine clinics, contact tracing, public education and outreach, etc) and would like assistance recruiting to successfully carry out your project, please fill out this form.


Student Recruitment

If you are an OUHSC student who would like to get involved in a COVID-19 project, please fill out this form


Student Recognition

If you are an OUHSC student who has (or is) involved in the fight to end the pandemic, please connect with the C19C here to have your contributions recognized. 


For any additional questions, please contact Christine Hoang at or Megan Eisele at


College of Public Health Student Association

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Leadership, Interdisciplinary, Volunteerism

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