15th Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health
June 9, 2009
May 9, 2009
UNC School of Social Work - Tate-Turner-Kuralt Building
325 Pittsboro Street CB# 3550
Presented by UNC Diversity and Multicultural Affairs (webpage), the Minority Health Project (UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health) (webpage), and NC A&T State University(webpage) and many collaborators and cosponsors.
Please join us for the 15th Annual Summer Public Health Research
Videoconference on Minority Health.
When? Tuesday, June 9, 1:30-4:00pm EDT
Where? Webcast, C-band satellite (tentative), and Tate-Turner-
Topic: "Breaking the Cycle: Investigating the Intersection of Educational Inequities and Health Disparities"
Reginald Weaver, Vice President, Education International; Past President, National Education Association
Dina Castro, M.P.H., Ph.D., Scientist, UNC FPG Child Development Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Nicholas Freudenberg, Dr.P.H., Distinguished Professor, Program in Urban Public Health, Hunter College School of Health Sciences/City University of New York
Moderator: Howard Lee, M.S.W., Executive Director, North Carolina Education Cabinet
This interactive session will be broadcast with a live audience in the Tate-Turner-
For more information: www.minority.
To register a viewing site: www.minority.
To register for the Internet broadcast: www.minority.
To register to participate in the studio audience at the TTK auditorium: www.minority.
Answers to frequently asked questions: www.minority.
This year's Videoconference is presented by the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Minority Health Project, UNC Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, and NC A&T State University Institute for Public Health. Funding comes from the Dean's Office of the UNC Gillings School of Globa Public Health, UNC Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, UNC FPG Child Development Institute, Counseling and Wellness Services (UNC Campus Health Services), and a growing list of cosponsors (www.minority.
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