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Conversations with Maiken Scott, Research Day highlight Public Health Week events

The College of Public Health has announced its lineup of events in celebration of National Public Health Week, April 1-7, including a lunch and learn series on a number of public health topics, the college’s annual Research Day, and a conversation with Maiken Scott, host and reporter for WHYY’s weekly health and science show, The Pulse.

In addition, alumni and the College of Public Health community are invited to Voices of Owls in the Community, a panel discussion that explores the many dimensions of public health presented by distinguished alumni who are dedicated to addressing public health challenges at the local, state, national and international level.

Registration is required for Lunch and Learns (open to College of Public Health students, faculty and staff only), Voices of Owls in the Community, and Conversations in Public Health with Maiken Scott. 

  • Monday, April 1 / Lunch and Learn: Healthy Communities
  • Tuesday, April 2 / Lunch and Learn: Violence Prevention
  • Tuesday, April 2 / Conversations in Public Health with Maiken Scott, host of WHYY's The Pulse
  • Wednesday, April 3 / Lunch and Learn: Rural vs. Urban Health--Similarities and Differences
  • Thursday, April 4 / Lunch and Learn: Technology and Public Health
  • Friday, April 5 / CPH Research Day
  • Saturday, April 6 / Voices of Owls in the Community

Click here for more information and registration details. 


About National Public Health Week
During the first full week of April each year, the American Public Health Association brings together communities across the United States to observe National Public Health Week as a time to recognize the contributions of public health and highlight issues that are important to improving our nation's health. For over 20 years, APHA has served as the organizer of NPHW. Every year, the Association develops a national campaign to educate the public, policymakers and practitioners about issues related to each year's theme.

Posted:  March 14, 2019