East Carolina University

Glothal Health: Progress and Challenges

The Topic:  Responding to global health crises requires the coordination of governments, organizations and communities to be successful.  The world faces numerous health challenges (some new, others persistent), including the potential for deadly pandemics and rising costs of chronic disease. Balancing the competing interests within and across countries and cultures poses a major challenge internationally. 

 

About the Speaker: Dr. Hellweg’s expertise is on the intersection of religion, security studies, politics and public health.  His interests include ritual, Islam, performance, and social movements in West Africa.

 

Tuesday, March 27 at 6:00pm to 7:45pm

Rivers Building, West Auditorium (RW-105)
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Event Type

Lecture/Reading

Departments

Thomas Harriot College of Arts & Sciences, Political Science, Student Affairs - Campus Recreation & Wellness, Wellness Passport

Target Audience

Students

Cost

$10.00 per session (7 sessions for discounted rate of $65.00)

Contact Name

Alethia Cook

Contact Email

cooka@ecu.edu

Registration Website

www.ecu.edu/llp

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