Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Information Session Registration
Online, Attend Virtually
Online, Attend Virtually

You're invited to attend a Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Info Session on Friday, February 15 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (EST).

The session will feature Dr. Paul Fleming, an Assistant Professor in Health Behavior and Health Education.

Dr. Fleming will talk about some of his research conducted in collaboration with partners in Washtenaw County and Detroit. They are examining how recent immigration policy changes have affected health behaviors and health outcomes for Latino immigrant families. He will also share a bit about the courses he teaches and diversity, equity, and inclusion at UM-Public Health.

In his international work, Dr. Fleming focuses on how gender norms - and their intersection with class and race/ethnicity - can result in men's harmful behaviors, including partner violence, sexual risk behaviors, and lack of support for family planning.

You will not need to install any software for the session. Once you register, a confirmation will be sent to your email with a date and time reminder, a hyperlink for the info session, and instructions for logging in. Please email sph.inquiries@umich.edu if you have questions

Office for Student Engagement and Practice

Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Information Session Registration

February 15, 2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online, Attend Virtually
Sponsored by: Office for Student Engagement and Practice
Contact Information: Mary Beth Carroll, maryeli@umich.edu

More Information & Registration

You're invited to attend a Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Info Session on Friday, February 15 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (EST).

The session will feature Dr. Paul Fleming, an Assistant Professor in Health Behavior and Health Education.

Dr. Fleming will talk about some of his research conducted in collaboration with partners in Washtenaw County and Detroit. They are examining how recent immigration policy changes have affected health behaviors and health outcomes for Latino immigrant families. He will also share a bit about the courses he teaches and diversity, equity, and inclusion at UM-Public Health.

In his international work, Dr. Fleming focuses on how gender norms - and their intersection with class and race/ethnicity - can result in men's harmful behaviors, including partner violence, sexual risk behaviors, and lack of support for family planning.

You will not need to install any software for the session. Once you register, a confirmation will be sent to your email with a date and time reminder, a hyperlink for the info session, and instructions for logging in. Please email sph.inquiries@umich.edu if you have questions