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Race &... Lecture Series

Join Dr. Ashley Hill and Dr. Brittany Brown-Podgorski for the second in the Race & Lecture Series. 

The new Race &... Lecture Series, a part of the Race and Social Determinants of Equity, Health, and Well-being Cluster Hire Initiative. The lunchtime speaker series provides a spotlight for each new faculty member to describe their work and interests. 

 

Hill, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, will present: 

Frameworks to Address Inequity in Reproductive and Sexual Health

This area of research examines reproductive epidemiology, health disparities and the co-occurrence of social, environmental and biological factors that contribute to sexually transmitted  infections and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

 

Brown-Podgorski, Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Management, Graduate School of Public Health, will present: 

Minimum Wage Laws and Housing Cost Burden among Black Families

This study used a quasi-experimental design to test whether state minimum wage increases were associated with a significant change in the proportion of Black households with a housing cost burden less than 30% of the annual household income.

 

Register to Attend

Register for free using the "Register" button in the top right corner. 

Save your confirmation email: Zoom meeting information and a meeting passcode will be supplied by email after registration.

Thursday, December 2 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Race &... Lecture Series

Join Dr. Ashley Hill and Dr. Brittany Brown-Podgorski for the second in the Race & Lecture Series. 

The new Race &... Lecture Series, a part of the Race and Social Determinants of Equity, Health, and Well-being Cluster Hire Initiative. The lunchtime speaker series provides a spotlight for each new faculty member to describe their work and interests. 

 

Hill, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, will present: 

Frameworks to Address Inequity in Reproductive and Sexual Health

This area of research examines reproductive epidemiology, health disparities and the co-occurrence of social, environmental and biological factors that contribute to sexually transmitted  infections and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

 

Brown-Podgorski, Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Management, Graduate School of Public Health, will present: 

Minimum Wage Laws and Housing Cost Burden among Black Families

This study used a quasi-experimental design to test whether state minimum wage increases were associated with a significant change in the proportion of Black households with a housing cost burden less than 30% of the annual household income.

 

Register to Attend

Register for free using the "Register" button in the top right corner. 

Save your confirmation email: Zoom meeting information and a meeting passcode will be supplied by email after registration.

Thursday, December 2 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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