ALLIANCE, Ohio — The University of Mount Union’s Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement is hosting a panel discussion entitled, “Community Health: Challenging Times” in the Newbold Room of Mount Union’s Hoover-Price Campus Center on Thursday, September 23 at 7 p.m.
The topic for discussion will be the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the community and local health programs. The panel consists of the following individuals:
- Beth Canfield-Simbro, MPH, PhD, Associate Professor of Education, University of Mount Union
- Betsy Ekey, MPAS, PA-C , Professor, Chair and Program Director, Physician Assistant Studies, University of Mount Union
- Randall Flint, REHS, MPH, Health Commissioner, Alliance City Health Department
- Sheryl Holt, PT, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, University of Mount Union
- Timothy Meyers, Ph.D., RN, Professor, Chair and Program Director, Department of Nursing, University of Mount Union
The event is free and open to the public, and masks are encouraged for this indoor event. For more information on this and other programming through the Regula Center, visit mountunion.edu/regula-center.