Public Health Lecture Series
Since it’s inception in 2012, the Dean’s Public Health Lecture Series has brought the conversation about public health research, teaching, learning, and community services to the forefront by bringing researchers, public health practitioners, and leaders to speak on the Indiana University Bloomington campus to speak on a broad range of public health topics.
Reconnecting African Americans to Nature via Social Media:
A Public Health Perspective
CEO and Founder of Outdoor Afro
November 8, 2013
Mobley Auditorium (PH C100)
Rue Mapp was named a Hero in Backpacker Magazine, honored as part of the Root 100 of the top black achievers and influencers for 2012, and received the Josephine and Frank Duveneck award for her humanitarian efforts. Recently, Rue received the National Wildlife Association’s Award for Communications for her humanitarian efforts.
Spondored by the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies; IU Outdoor Adventures; and the Diversity Leadership Conference.