As part of our overall mission, we offer educational programs and materials for community organizations and industry.
Customized displays, handouts and speakers are available to address issues regarding public health preparedness, infection control and bioterrorism preparedness.
If you’re considering enrolling in the Kent State College of Public Health, consider how community involvement can benefit your education. KSU is dedicated to providing students with the most relevant and real-world educational experience possible. Read below to see how the community gets involved with our College of Public Health in Ohio.
Are you ready for a pandemic flu? Here are some checklists from the CDC for families and individuals and for colleges and universities (pdf)
Pictures from the KSU Biopreparedness Symposium (Bob Christy photos):
Ralph Regula, US House of Representatives, and Dr. Ed Thompspon, CDC
Mobile hospital, courtesy of Failsafe Corp, situated in the KSU Risman plaza the day of the Symposium (Bob Christy photos):
Invited Speaker Video and Powerpoint Presentations from Biopreparedness Symposium: (Windows Media Player 9.0 and Adobe Reader 7.0 required)
Dr. Ed Thompson, CDC Chief of Public Health Practice--"Shadows on the Land: Public Health in the First Decade of the 21st Century"(PDF) (video)
Dr. Mark Poli, Principal Investigator US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases-- "Natural Toxins and Bioterrorism: How Safe Are We?" (PDF) (video)
Mr. James Pearsol, Assistant Director Ohio Department of Health--"Public Health Preparedness in Ohio" (PDF) (video)
NEOCB Partner Presentations (PDF) from Biopreparedness Symposium:
- Case Western Reserve University
- Cleveland State University
- Kent State University
- Ohio State University, School of Public Health