November 20, 2020
Master of Public Health students, faculty present at Kansas Public Health Association meeting
K-State Master of Public Health program students, graduates and faculty presented virtual posters at the annual Kansas Public Health Association meeting on Nov. 19.
Presenters included MPH students Megan Eppler, Jeremy Williams, Yibo Liu, Jason De Fisher and Ron Orchard; MPH faculty members A. Paige Adams, Kate KuKanich, Nancy Muturi and Ellyn R. Mulcahy; and MPH alumna Kayla Brock, '20.
Keynote speakers included Dr. Lee Norman, secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and Gov. Laura Kelly. The Kansas Public Health Association is the oldest and largest organization of public health professionals in the state, representing more than 250 members from over 20 occupations and organizations including several K-State faculty and students.
The posters can be viewed at kpha.us/posters/. Learn more about the MPH program and Kansas Public Health Association at k-state.edu/mphealth/.