Seminar/Event Detail

Translating Health Promotion Research to the Community Setting: Implementing and evaluating community based participatory approaches to prevent cancer in Filipino and Pacific Islander communities

Date/Time: 22 April 2013, 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Speaker: Angela Sy
Speaker Affiliation: Department of Nursing, UH Manoa
Venue: UH Manoa Campus, Webster 205
For more info: Marla Acosta, Dean’s Office, 956-8522 or acosta@hawaii.edu

Description: UH MANOA NURSING TENURE TRACK FACULTY FINALIST CANDIDATE VISITS & PRESENTATIONS, SPRING 2013

Released March 14, 2013

UH Manoa Nursing is recruiting for six (6) tenure leading faculty positions. We are pleased to welcome the finalist candidates for the tenure track faculty candidate recruitment. UH Manoa Nursing faculty, staff, students, as well as the UH and health care community are invited to attend candidate presentations. A reception with light refreshments will follow each of the presentations.

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