Kent State’s Public Health Speaker Series Presents Dr. Duane McBride to Discuss Drug PolicyPosted Mar. 28, 2011
Kent State University's College of Public Health presents the second guest of its Public Health Speaker Series this semester. Dr. Duane McBride will speak Thursday, March 31, at noon in Kent State's Moulton Hall Ballroom . His talk is titled "The Evolution of Drug Policy: The Role of States and Communities." The event is free and open to the public.
McBride is the research professor and chair of the Behavior Sciences Department at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich. He also serves as director of the Institute for Prevention of Addictions. His interests include drug policy, health services and the drugs-crime relationship. His work in the social behavioral area focuses mainly on the prevention of risky health behaviors. McBride will visit Kent State to talk about the role of the people in the changes occurring in drug policies.
The talk will be streamed live at https://ksutube.kent.edu/live/watchstream.php?playthis=3770 and available on the college's website at www.kent.edu/publichealth/speakerseries.
The speaker series is sponsored by Kent State's College of Public Health and the Public Health Student Alliance.
For more information on Kent State's College of Public Health or the Public Health Speaker Series, call 330-672-6500 or visit www.kent.edu/publichealth.