Lenwood Hayman, Public Health, University of Michigan Mental Health Challenges and Community Resources of African American Men in Flint Michigan
The Population, Education, and Health (PEH) Seminar Series is ready to begin the spring semester! PEH will feature faculty from Missouri and across the country to present research with implications for population studies and public affairs. This is an exciting opportunity for scholars from various disciplines, including economics, demography, sociology, anthropology, public health, education, social work and others to come together and share their research in a collaborative environment.
Sponsored by the Truman School of Public Affairs (Monroe-Paine Lecture Fund); Department of Sociology; Women and Gender Studies; Department of Economics; The Cambio Center; School of Social Work; Masters of Public Health; and the Department of Health Sciences. For more information about this biweekly seminar series, please contact Dr. Stephanie Potochnick at email@example.com.