First Posted: 6/6/2007
Three faculty members from Keystone College have been selected to participate in a national forum focusing on public health undergraduate education. They are Dorothy J. Anthony, D.C., Joseph Falcone, Ph.D. and Vicki Stanavitch, M.S. will participate in the Public Health and Liberal Education Faculty Development Workshop to be conducted in Washington, D.C. July 9 and 10. The forum is the first joint education project of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR). The workshop is made possible through the support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The faculty members were selected to participate in the event through a national competition of college educators. They will tailor the experience to their own needs and interests by focusing on specific sessions in public health, epidemiology and global health. AAC&U is a leading national association concerned with the qualityof undergraduate education.