Voices from the Community Lecture Series

Voices from the Community is a lecture series hosted by the College of Public Health that explores the many dimensions of public health. Presenters include researchers, practitioners, students, faculty and alumni who are actively engaged in public health with the expressed purpose of improving population health.

Please join us to hear about exciting projects and creative approaches at the local, state, national and international level that are improving public health across the community.

Upcoming Voices from the Community lectures:

February 28: "It's as Easy - or Hard - as ABCD," presented by Rev. John Edgar and Sue Wolfe
12:30 p.m., 160 Cunz Hall, tune in live via webcast

March 21: "Stigma and the Opioid Epidemic in Our State," presented by Tia Moretti
12:30 p.m., 160 Cunz Hall

April 18: "From Survivor to Thirver," presented by April Thacker
12:30 p.m., 160 Cunz Hall

May 9: "Race and Mortality in America," presented by Jay Kaufman
12 p.m., 140 Cunz Hall

Lectures listed above are subject to change. All lectures are free and open to the public.