Graduate Student is awarded the Cancer Prevention Fellowship
Graduate student, Kim Clevenger, was awarded the Cancer Prevention Fellowship through the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The program is a four-year post-doctoral fellowship that begins with the completion of a one-year Master’s in Public Health degree and research opportunities with experience NCI mentors. Congratulations Kim! Learn more about the program here.
Dr. Pearson gives a talk at the Chicago Botanic Gardens
On Monday, October 15, 2018 Dr. Pearson presented Nature in Cities: Exploring Both Positive and Negative Visual Exposures at the 3rd Biannual Nature Culture & Human Health Symposium at the Chicago Botanic Garden.