- Daryn Herman ’13
- Hometown: Fairview Park, Ohio
- Major: Public Health
My favorite class thus far has been Epidemiology, which is the study of disease outbreak and prevention. I liked this class because it is the cornerstone of public health. Plus, it is amazing how many little details actually go into public health programs that keep us safe and healthy on daily basis.
LINC Luncheon Series
Join us on the fourth Tuesday during the months of September, October, November, January, February and March at the Hoover-Price Campus Center at Mount Union for an hour of good food, discussion on a current topic with one of our faculty members and a chance to interact with members of the University and greater Alliance community.
The cost for each individual luncheon is $10. (The best value is a season pass for $50.)
Lunch will begin promptly at noon. The program will begin at 12:20 p.m. and conclude by 1 p.m.
Space is limited to 80. Buying a half season or full six-session season pass guarantees a spot.
Please feel free to bring guests.
Spring 2013 Schedule
- January 22 - Mark McConnell, Marketing a Movement (Inspiring Social Responsibility)
- February 26 - Dr. Mandy (Geddis '98) Capel, The Ethical and Moral Challenges of Today’s Leadership
- April 16 - Dr. Debra Boyd Kimball, Alzheimer's Disease: The Case for Science