The discussion will take place in the Dinkle-Mas Suite in the UK Student Center
Dr. Heather McCauley will be talking on ways to reduce intimate partner violence in the LGBTQ* community with space for questions and discussion.
WHY aims to improve women's health through research.
The 5th talk of the series, "Researching Violence: A Series Addressing Research Challenges, Strategies, and Practice" will take place on February 8th
Dr. Carlson will present in Room 213 of Kastle Hall at 1:00 p.m.
This two-day interdisciplinary symposium will take place on April 8th & 9th at the Gatton Student Center Room 330AB.
She made multiple presentations throughout the conference, held in Atlanta, GA from November 14th-17th.
Her talk, "Sisterhood is Still Powerful: Resistance and Resilience to Violence Against Women" took place on November 9th.
Wellness, Health, & You (WHY) conducts a yearly survey of self-reported symptoms, health behaviors, prevention practices and access to care.
Dr. Kay Hoffman Talks About the Future of Social Work, Ethics, and the Power of Literature in Social Work Education.