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Black History Month 2013 Noon Day Lecture Series

The Office of Student Diversity and the Multicultural Student Advisory Board (MSAB) presents

Black History Month 2013 Noon Day Lecture Series 

“At the Crossroads of Health, Freedom and Equality:  Celebrating our Past and Shaping Our Future.”

Basic Science Building Room 302 – 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Sessions are open to all students, faculty, staff, and the community

Dr. WarrickFebruary 6: The Value and Relevance of HBCUs to Health Professions for Today and tomorrow
Dr. Cynthia Warrick, Interim President, South Carolina State University


Dr. GleatonFebruary 13: 
A candid dialogue on health, freedom and medical equality.
Dr. Kenosha Gleaton, Obstetrics and Gynecology (Harborside OB/GYN)


FelderFebruary 20:
Cervical Cancer: A Global Movement for Prevention and Awareness.
Tamika L. Felder, CEO/Founder Tamika & Friends, Inc. National Cervical Cancer and HPV Awareness Organization/ U.S. lead partner in the Pearl of Wisdom Campaign™ 


Dr. SlaughterFebruary 27:
SE VIEW: An applied research, health disparities reduction and prevention collaborative at MUSC.
Dr. Sabra C. Slaughter, The Medical University of South Carolina Chief of Staff, SE View Principal Investigator   


For more information, contact the Office of Student Diversity.  843-792-2146 or visit    

Co-sponsored by the South Carolina College of Pharmacy and the College of Nursing 


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