Tuesday, September 29, 2015
UT College of Nursing, Room 201
Join the Colleges of Nursing, Architecture & Design, Engineering, and UT’s Law Enforcement Innovation Center
The panel will build upon the multi-disciplinary students’ work in the Appalachia region of Clay County, KY. Their project addresses the issue of water access, sewage disposal, use of indigenous materials, accessibility, effective use of land, repair and construction techniques, and economy and sustainability.
The panelists will expand on these topics and introduce ethical arguments, historical background, political and economic issues, cultural and social factors, barriers to building in the region, and the value of community engagement as related to healthcare.
Dr. Diana Moyer, UT Office of Research and Engagement (Moderator)
Dr. Paul Erwin, Professor and Director, UT Department of Public Health
Dr. Tim Ezzell, Research Scientist, UT Political Science Department
Mr. Marv House, CEO, Merit Construction, Inc.
Dr. Carole Myers, Associate Professor, UT College of Nursing
Dr. Bruce Williamson, Commissioner, Main Public Utilities
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The Appalachian Community Health and Disaster Readiness Project was nominated as a Partnership that Makes a Difference. Click here to read more.