37th Series - Pandemics: Old & New
The Lecture Series will consist of four sessions presented on four successive Sundays beginning February 14. Each will begin at 7:00PM and end around 8:30PM, with a 45-minute lecture followed by an audience-driven Q&A. The recorded lectures and Q & A sessions will be posted to the church YouTube channel and linked to the website.
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February 14. Professor Carol Symes of the Department of History at the University of Illinois will discuss “Historical Perspectives of Pandemics.”
February 21. Professor Ali S. Khan, Dean, College of Public Health and Professor of Epidemiology, University of Nebraska Medical Center will discuss “Threats to Global Health and the Role of the World Health Organization.”
February 28. Professor Peter C. Angeletti of the Nebraska Center for Virology in the School of Biological Sciences, UNL will present “Zoonosis of Sars-CoV,” explaining the origins of the virus and its transmission.
March 7. Professor Sharon R Stoolman specializes in pediatrics in the Division of Hospital Medicine at UNMC and practices as a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. She will discuss “Sorting Through Racial Disparities in COVID-19.”
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