Panel discussion showcases innovative research from African American faculty members at UMSL


 

UMSL faculty members (seated, from left) Wilma Calvert, Jerome Morris and Sha-Lai Williams Woodson discussed their research at an event titled “A Conversation on Reframing Health, Education and Family in the Black Community.” Last Thursday’s panel discussion in the ED Collabitat was part of UMSL’s Black History Month programming. (Photo by August Jennewein)

Assistant Professor of Social Work Sha-Lai Williams Woodson, Associate Professor of Nursing Wilma Calvert and E. Desmond Lee Endowed Professor of Urban Education Jerome Morris presented summaries of their research and engaged in a Q&A session with around 40 attendees during the event, which was titled “A Conversation on Reframing Health, Education and Family in the Black Community.” UMSL Black Faculty/Staff Association and the Black Graduate Student Association presented the discussion.

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