Global Public Health Lecture Series

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Spring 2018 - Global Public Health: Experiences and Insights

Spring Semester 2018 • Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm • Gallagher Business Building Room 123

Xhosa women peforming a tribal dance

The Global Public Health program announces the 5th Global Public Health lecture series "Global Public Health: Experiences and Insights." This lecture series is offered as a 1‐credit pass/no pass course (PSCI 191) for students, and is free and open to the public. This series features weekly lectures by prominent Montana health‐care practitioners and professionals who work locally and in countries around the world. These lectures cover timely topics from food safety and nutrition to predicting pandemics through the real world experiences of Montana health-care practitioners. The series introduces health‐care issues facing the world community from an interdisciplinary perspective and is intended for a broad range of interests and includes insights from medicine, epidemiology, nursing, anthropology, biology, political science, community‐health planning, communications, and ethics. Students from all majors, as well as the wider western Montana community, should find the series enlightening and inspiring.

All lectures are Open to the Public and Free to attend.

Spring 2018 Schedule

Course Overview

Information for Students:

Course Name: PSCI 191 – Special Topics
CRN Code: 38285
Credits: 1, Credit/No-Credit
Time: Spring Semester 2018; Wednesdays, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Room: GBB 123
Professor: Peter Koehn, Department of Political Science, The University of Montana