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Health and freedom talk Tuesday


August 23. 2013 3:54AM
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BLUFFTON“Balancing Personal Freedom with Public Good: Controversies in Public Health” will be Dr. Ross Kauffman’s topic for Bluffton University’s annual Civic Engagement lecture, at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Founders Hall.Free and open to the public, the Bluffton Forum presentation is in keeping with the university’s 2011-12 civic engagement theme, “Public Health: Promoting Wellness for Self and Community.”Kauffman, an assistant professor of public health at Bluffton, earned both his master’s and doctoral degrees from The Ohio State University, in 2006 and 2009, respectively. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and environmental science from Eastern Mennonite University.His public health research has involved work with a variety of populations, including the Amish and Appalachian communities and prisoners. He was the principal investigator in a two-year Centers for Disease Control-funded study of smoking and tobacco in Ohio prisons, and he continues to collaborate on several projects in the area of tobacco prevention and cessation.





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