Brown Bag Lectures

The Department of Community and Health Behavior's brown bag lectures present speakers offering a broad range of research ideas and community activities, in service to improve the health of populations, communities and people.

Upcoming Brown Bag Sessions

Fall 2021 Brown Bag Seminar schedule to be announced.

Previously Recorded Sessions

Danielle Smith, MPH

Dissertation Defense - Adult Co-Use of Cannabis and Nictone: Multiple Perspectives on a Complex Phenomenon

Dean S. Seneca, MPH, MCURP

Raising Awareness of American Indian/Alaska Native Health Disparities: Addressing social determinants and promoting health equity. Presented Sept. 10, 2020.

Jessica O'Neill, MPH

Dissertation Defense - Financial Scarcity, Eating Self-regulation, and Obesity

Check us out on YouTube

To view other previously recorded student and faculty presentations, visit our Community Health and Health Beheavior YouTube channel.