Current Events

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 4:00pm
Williams Hall, Roemmele Global Commons
Interdisciplinary Academic Programs Dialogue and Networking
Meets 5 x 10 professional growth and success requirement! Bring a Friend...or two!
Africana Studies • Global Studies • Asian Studies • Cognitive Science  
Environmental Studies • Jewish Studies • Global Citizenship  
Science, Technology & Society • Health, Medicine & Society  
American Studies • Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies • Classical Studies
Sustainable Development • Latin American and Latino Studies 
Environmental Policy • Community Fellows
Learn about interdisciplinary studies within the College of Arts & Sciences
Re-connect with classmates and faculty
Meet perspective and re-connect with current students
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 | 4:00 - 5:00 PM | Williams Hall, Roemmele Global Commons
Office of Interdisciplinary Programs: 610-758-3996 |
Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 4:15pm
Coppee Hall, Room 101
Health, Medicine and Society, Department of Journalism and Communication, Environmental Initiative and Global Studies
Grading Health Care News to Help People Improve their Critical Thinking
(Question and Answer Session Following)
Gary Schwitzer
Founder and Publisher of
Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Gary Schwitzer has specialized in health care journalism in his 44-year career in radio, television, interactive multimedia and the Internet.
He is the publisher of, leading a team of 50 people who evaluate and grade daily health news reporting by major U.S. news organizations and health care news releases from professional organizations and universities.
Previous to establishing, he taught health journalism and media ethics in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Michigan; was editor-in-chief of the consumer health website; and headed the medical news unit at CNN. He has written about the state of health journalism for many medical journals, magazines and websites.
Meets 5 x 10 professional growth and success requirement!
Office of Interdisciplinary Programs | 610-758-3996 |