Black History Month Noon Lecture Series
Noon -1:00 pm
Basic Science Building room 302
Dr. DaNine Fleming 843-792-7147 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join The Office of Student Diversity and the Multicultural Student Advisory Board (MSAB) for the noonday lecture series for Black History Month 2013. This year's theme: "At the Crossroads of Health, Freedom and Equality: Celebrating our Past and Shaping Our Future." Each lecture will be in the Basic Science Building (BSB) Room 302, Noon-1pm.
Today! February 13, a candid dialogue on health, freedom and medical equality - Kenosha Gleaton, MD, Obstetrics and Gynecology (Harborside OB/GYN)
February 20, "Cervical Cancer: A Global Movement for Prevention and Awareness" Tamika L. Felder, CEO/Founder Tamika & Friends, Inc National Cervical Cancer and HPV Education Awareness Organization, US lead partner, Pearl of Wisdom Campaign
February 27, "SE VIEW: An applied research, health disparities reduction and prevention collaborative at MUSC" Sabra C. Slaughter, Ph.D., Chief of Staff, SE View Principal Investigator