SCHP Faculty Highlights

SCHP Faculty In Action

SCHP's own Dr. Lawrence Brown and Dr. Alexander Wooten are involved in activities associated with #Bmoreleadfree!

Dr. Lawrence Brown Dr. Alexander Wooten
Dr. Lawrence Brown              Dr. Alexander Wooten

BET Network's new TV docu-series "Finding Justice" aired April 14, 2019, the episode involving Dr. Lawrence Brown and Dr. Alexander Wooten and students and their work with #BmoreLEADfree. You can watch the trailer here. The film makers hosted a special screening held at Flight American Fusion, 5723 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212.

It is Dr. Alexander Wooten (an Environmental Scientist and SCHP full-time faculty member) who is responsible for all of the scientific measurements and analysis in determining soil lead (Pb) levels in Baltimore City soils on behalf of #Bmoreleadfree!


Poster Presentations at the National Association of Minority Medical Educators Annual Meeting
Jeffrey Ash (University of Maryland School of Nursing); Cordelia Obizoba (Bowie State University); Maija Anderson (MSU)

Patience Mbulu (Montgomery College)


Poster Presentations at the National Association of Minority Medical Educators Annual Meeting

Pawn Johnson-Hunter (MSU); Cordelia Obizoba (Bowie State University); Jeffrey Ash (University of Maryland School of Nursing);

Maija Anderson (MSU) Patience Mbulu (Montgomery College); Emelia Asamoah (MSU)


MSU Nursing Program Faculty Member

Jennette Logan DNP, RN
Presenting Research - "Using Cognitive Rehearsal to Address Incivility in Nursing Education"
at the Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI)
Nursing Honor Society
27th Annual International Nursing Research Conference
Cape Town, South Africa
July 21 - 25


                

Dr. Lorece Edwards

Congratulations are extended to Dr. Lorece Edwards on winning the Alan G. Penczek Service-Learning Faculty Award!!!!


Dr. Randy Rowel and SCHP were funded by Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts. The Community Walk Through Theater (CWTT) is an arts engagement project that takes full advantage of Mid-town assets by providing opportunities to create and display art on a 12 X 19 foot screen by using a high powered projector, a vacant lot, and a wall of an abandoned building. This project will utilize A New Day's location at 734 North Monroe Street to project images from the second floor of their building to a the vacant white wall located 150 feet directly across the street.

Ground Root (Ray Baylor non-profit) and 2 other non-profit organizations (Mission Continues, BUILD --Baltimorean's United in Leadership Development) will spend the day preparing the lot. We currently have 8 students involved with this project:
• 6 PH doctoral students
• 1 undergraduate biology student
• 1 undergraduate architecture and planning student


      
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