Baton Rouge, La. - The Land-Grant Campus seminar on March 16 will feature Patti R. Rose, MPH, Ed.D., Director & Founder, Rose Consulting, Miami, Florida. She will discuss from her book “Health Disparities, Diversity and Inclusion: Context, Controversies & Solutions,” on Thursday, March 16 in Room 191, A.O. Williams Hall, Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA at 3:00 p.m.
During this lecture and book signing event, Dr. Rose will examine the health status gap in the U.S.; diversity and inclusion; mass incarceration; educational disparities; the school (K-12 children) to prison pipeline; concerns regarding women, children, rural and urban environments; food injustice and other current, critical issues. The focus of the book is not solely on problems, but SOLUTIONS, in every chapter!
Full details are available on our website at http://bit.ly/2lDewjy. These seminar series provide the Southern University faculty, staff, students and the Baton Rouge community with information on food and agriculture, academic and research updates that impact the food and agricultural communities, and the citizens of Louisiana. This seminar is unique in that it focuses on health relative to agriculture.
Members of Southern University in Baton and surrounding communities are invited to participate in this timely lecture, and to grab a copy of this very enlightening book.
For more information, contact Dr. Renita Marshall at (225) 771-0252 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org