ASPPH is proud to announce two ASPPH Presents webinars next week geared towards students. Join us on Wednesday, February 14 from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET for a Community Assessment and Partnerships webinar. A webinar on Friday, February 16 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET will provide a career spotlight on working in college health and well-being.
February 14 – Community Assessment and Partnerships
Join us on Wednesday, February 14 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET for an insightful ASPPH Presents Webinar on Community Assessment and Partnerships. The webinar will feature a presentation from Dr. Marybeth (MB) Mitcham, Director of the Online MPH Program and Assistant Professor in the College of Public Health at George Mason University.
Dr. Mitcham describes community health as using a potluck dinner approach, where everyone brings a little something different to the table, where open discussions are supported, and where each person’s input and involvement are equally valued, innovative magic happens. In this presentation, the framework of interdisciplinary community health work will be discussed, using several examples of successful interdisciplinary and innovative community health work borne out of this potluck dinner approach.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge of community assessment and
partnerships. Register today!
February 16 – Career Spotlight: Working in College Health and Well-Being
Did you know that colleges and universities all over the nation are investing in their students’ well-being, and there is a growing need for public health professionals in student affairs? Join us on Friday, February 16 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET for a webinar that provides an exclusive opportunity to hear from Dr. Raphael Florestal-Kevelier, President of the American College Health Association and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Health & Wellness at the University of Illinois Chicago.
During this session, Dr. Florestal-Kevelier will share information about his experiences as a scholar, researcher, practicing public health practitioner, and student affairs leader. Additionally, he will answer your questions about how to get involved in college health and well-being.
Register to learn more about how to gain experience in the growing field of college health and well-being.