Kyle Roesler, an alumnus of the Colorado School of Public Health, has been awarded a prestigious fellowship with the Centers of Disease Control, the ASPPH/CDC Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship. Selected from a competitive pool based on his impressive international experience and academic record, Roesler joined 31 other Fellows in Atlanta this September. He has just started his position on an international workforce development team to help CDC organize and train those who work in overseas offices. As an alumnus of the Global Health and Health Disparities concentration at Colorado State University, Roesler is the first CSPH graduate to be awarded a fellowship of this kind.
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