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Round Table Discussion with Paul A. Offit, M.D.

Sponsored by the Gottesman Libraries and Department of Health & Behavior Studies, medical expert Paul Offit, MD once again graciously returned to TC and agreed to participate in a Q&A discussion with some faculty, current and former students, and community member prior to his Book Talk.

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Book Talk on the alternative medicine industry with Paul A. Offit, M.D.

Sponsored by the Gottesman Libraries and Health & Behavior Studies, medical expert Paul Offit, MD once again graciously returns to TC to meet with faculty and students to share his latest book and research / perspectives on the alternative medicine industry.

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Harnessing Culture to End Health Disparities

The College's fifth annual conference on health disparities is highlighted by the launch of a new center and a call for a new paradigm of adapting coping to cultural differences

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Partnering to Make a Difference

In funding a new nutrition center at TC, Laurie M. Tisch extends both a strategy and a longstanding relationship with the College

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Nutrition Conference Overview

Food was front and center at TC on Valentine's Day, as the College hosted a major conference on food research, policy and practice and announced its new Laurie M. Tisch for Food, Education & Policy.

/articles/2013/february/nutrition-conference-overview/

Dishing Dirt

Organic lunch and conversation with TC Professor Emerita Joan Dye Gussow (Ed.D. -'75, M.Ed. '74, Nutrition Education) and heirloom seed expert Amy Goldman (MA '78, Developmental Psychology; and Ph. D., '84, Clinical Psychology, Oklahoma State University). Take a walk in Joan's garden, too.

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