What do we now know about COVID-19 and how it spreads? How can sophisticated modeling of the pandemic help us plan for the future? What is being done for long-term care residents? And why is COVID-19 disproportionately affecting minority groups in Kentucky and beyond?
Please join us in a virtual panel discussion, hosted by 2020 Great Teacher award winner Martha Riddell, to answer some of the top questions about COVID-19 and the virus it causes. This session will feature the following experts from the College of Public Health:
•Donna Arnett, MSPH, PhD, Dean; Professor, Department of Epidemiology
•Keith Knapp, PhD, MHA, CNHA, HSE, FACHCA, Associate Professor, Department of Health Management and Policy
•Martha Riddell, DrPH, MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Health Management and Policy; Director, Master of Health Administration Program
•Teresa Waters, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Health Management and Policy; Associate Dean for Research; Charles T. Wethington, Jr., Endowed Chair in the Health Sciences
•Kathleen Winter, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology
This session is part of the “Great Teachers on Great Challenges” virtual speaker series co-sponsored by the UK Alumni Association and the Provost’s Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT). The series will regularly conduct conversations with UK faculty who have won the UK Alumni Association’s Great Teacher Award, the oldest, continuously-given award for teachers at the University of Kentucky. With the goal of responding to the numerous questions pertaining to COVID-19 and its effects locally and globally, these sessions will unpack the insights and expertise of UK’s teacher-scholars for all audiences.
For more information about the “Great Teachers on Great Challenges” series and to register for upcoming sessions, visit www.ukalumni.net/GreatTeachersonGreatChallenges.