Join John Sirard (Kinesiology) and James Kitts (Sociology) on November 26th to learn about identifying mechanisms of peer influence on youth weight-related behaviors.
Crashes are the leading cause of death for adolescents and young adults. While policy and engineering efforts have been successful in reducing the rates of fatal crashes, many factors (e.g., behavioral, developmental, social, cultural) contribute to the risk of crash injury. Prevention activities and programs need to thoughtfully consider the breath of factors that can contribute to crashes and crash injury disparities among groups of young drivers.
Free and open to the public; light refreshments will be provided.
Campus Center, Room 804-08
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences will hold its 22nd Annual Research Day on Tuesday, April 2, from 2-5 pm in the Campus Center Auditorium. The School holds this event annually as an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students within the School and across the university, along with interested members from our community, to learn more about the research, instruction and outreach conducted by its students.
Campus Center Auditorium