The Kellogg Health Scholars Program concluded in November, 2012.
- 10.06.10 – Dr. Lovell Jones, Kellogg Health Scholars Program site director, is featured as one of two special guests on BlogTalkRadio, First Wednesday: Conversations with Byllye and Ngina, Wednesday, October 6, 2010, 2 p.m. EST
- Bryn Mawr Community Stunned by Loss of Health Researcher Kevin Robinson -The Bryn Mawr College community is struggling to come to terms with the loss of Assistant Professor of Social Work and Social Research Kevin J. Robinson, who died unexpectedly last weekend at the age of 40. The community was notified with an e-mail from President Jane McAuliffe, who described Robinson as a “treasured colleague” whose loss is deeply felt.Dean Darlyne Bailey of Bryn Mawr’s Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research has announced that the College will host a memorial event to celebrate Robinson’s life and work on Sunday, March 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. in Thomas Great Hall. members of the Robinson family will join the Bryn Mawr community as it remembers him. Read More…
- Health Scholar Chris Heaney joins Minister Campbell in his White House visit to discuss public health benefits of clean energy economy
- KHSP Scholars, Alums, Mentors, and Faculty present at upcoming American Public Health Association Meeting in Philadelphia, November 7-11, 2009.- Talk with current scholars and alumni at the KHSP Booth (#1617) in the Exhibit Hall.- Meet with program directors and training site leaders at a special KHSP Session in the Exhibitor Theater, Monday, November 9, 3:00 – 3:45 pm Exhibit Hall Booth #551.- See the KHSP Scholars, Alums, Mentors, and Faculty in action. View the schedule of presentations.– The Scholarship of CBPR, a special session dedicated to the W.K. Kellogg Health Scholars, takes place Tuesday, November 10, 2009, 4:30-6:00 p.m View the schedule of presentations.– Community-Based Public Health Caucus schedule highlights CBPR. View the schedule of presentations.
- 09.22.09 – Wabash College website blog features Keon Gilbert
- 09.16.09 – Kellogg Health Scholars Program Launches Its New Website
The Kellogg Health Scholars Program is excited to roll out its new website! While our web address has not changed, our look and functionality are new and improved!We hope you will find our new website to be informative, interactive and enjoy some of its new features, which include sections on Highlights, Opportunities and Announcements. It also contains Scholars Profiles and Publications Lists, and detailed program training site descriptions. There is a new Members Only section for the program’s various resources, which include E-Workshops and Resource Manuals, as well.We highly encourage our alumni, current and future Kellogg Scholars and Fellows to view our new website as an interactive tool they can utilize to promote their work, to keep abreast with their colleagues and to find and post career development opportunities by providing us ([email protected]) with regular updates.
- Kellogg Health Scholar, Dr. Chris Heaney research work was recently featured in The Carrboro Citizen article “UNC study: Rogers Road wells tainted”
- KHSP alumnae, Dr. Kalahn Taylor-Clark was recently quoted in the National Medical Association, Daily News, on how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will influence groups affected by health care disparities in the US.
- HBNS featured findings from KHSP alumnae Dr. Dionne Smith Coker-Appiah’s publication, “In their own voices: Rural African American youth speak out about community-based HIV prevention interventions.”
- HBNS featured findings from Kellogg Health Scholar, Dr. Emma S’nchez-Vaznaugh’s journal article “Do socioeconomic gradients in BMI vary by race-ethnicity, gender and birthplace?”