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You're Invited to The 6th Annual MSD Lectureship in Child Health
Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living

January, 2012

MSD Lectureship Invite 2012

Register today!

 

6th Annual

Michael & Susan Dell Lectureship in Child Health

 

A Sociologist Takes on Teen Smoking, 

Drinking and Violence... And Wins!

 

J. David Hawkins, PhD

 

Endowed Professor of Prevention

Founding Director of the Social Development Research Group

School of Social Work

University of Washington, Seattle

 

March 22, 5:30 pm

Texas Medical Association

401 W. 15th Street

Austin, TX 78701

 

The Michael & Susan Dell Lectureship in Child Health is a coveted award and honor for researchers in child health. Bringing world-class speakers to the Austin area each spring, the annual Lectureship is co-sponsored by the Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living and The University of Texas School of Public Health, Austin Regional Campus.

 

This year, J. David Hawkins, PhD will speak on community organizing to support healthy living with his lecture, "A Sociologist Takes on Teen Smoking, Drinking and Violence...And Wins!"

 

Event registration at:

 http://msdcenter.eventbrite.com 

 

MSDCHL_UTSPH
 
Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living
1616 Guadalupe, Suite 6.300
Austin, Texas 78701
512-482-6170


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