Public Health Seminar Series Schedule
Skaggs Building, Room 174, 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Spring 2019

 

Date

Presenter

Host

Title

1/24

Marilyn Zimmerman

Niki Graham

Basic Understanding of the Contemporary Consequences of Historical Trauma in Tribal Communities and Its Impact on Research

1/31

Brenda Solorzano

Curtis Noonan

Philanthropic Approaches to Moving a Public Health Agenda

2/7

Curtis Noonan

Tony Ward

Childhood Exposure to Asbestos: What Do We Know?

2/14

Marilyn Zimmerman

Niki Graham

The Essential Elements of Working/Researching in Tribal Communities

2/21

Kimber McKay

Curtis Noonan "Don't Poop Here." A 25-Year Retrospective on Sanitation Work in the Himalayas

2/28

MSU Institute on Ecosystems

Tony Ward; Ronni Flannery

Climate Change and Human Health in Montana

3/7

David P. Gilkey

Curtis Noonan

An Exploratory Study to Investigate Safety Climate Among Latino Construction Workers

3/14

Laurie Legocki

Niki Graham

The Importance of Using Qualitative Data When Exploring Sensitive Issues in Sexuality Among Marginalized Populations 

3/21

Laurie Slovarp

Curtis Noonan

Refractory Chronic Cough and the Role of Behavioral Cough Suppression Therapy

3/28

Spring Break

 

 

4/4

 

 

 

4/11

Rodney Haring

Blakely Brown

Ethics, Genetics, Biobanking Research and Other Updates from Roswell's Indian Health Services MoU.

4/18

Greg Holzman

Curtis Noonan

 

4/25

Applied Practice Experience (APE) Presentations

Tony Ward