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Rollins School of Public Health holds first-ever innovation summit

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

ATLANTA, GA - Rollins School of Public Health has announced their first-ever innovation summit that will begin on August 16 until August 27.

In a collaboration with Orange Sparkle Ball and Double Lantern Informatics, Rollins will provide attendees with useful skills that can be implemented to solve problems within the public health area.

Leaders from the private sector will be available at the summit to give their perspectives and advice on social good and business throughout their careers.

Rollins aims to equip participants with a solid foundation of knowledge in public health and to improve their understanding. They will also train the attendees with real-world problems to trigger their initiative solutions.

The admission fees cost $10,250 for 15 industry seats. During the ten days of the program, participants will receive 10 full days of admission to the summit, three meals per day, professional development and scholarship opportunity, and certificates of completion.

There will be 25 participants in total with 15 participants taking up the industry seats, 10 from Rollins students, and 5 scholarship awardees from nonprofits, development agencies, and education.

You can also apply for a scholarship to join this summit by submitting your resume and provide answers to questions provided by the committee. The questions will cover topics surrounding innovation, your perspective in life, the reason why you are interested in public health, and which company you admire.

After completing this two-week summit, participants will be able to use their leadership skills to help people, design a pilot test for industry problems with calculated KPIs, and provide solutions to the real world.

To register for this summit, you can fill an online application form at

To apply for scholarships you can visit

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