Ray Rodgers, Vanessa Adams-Harris, Barbara Martin, Bob Martin and Ann Dapice will introduce the new Interactive Medicine Wheel website at University of Pennsylvania, Phila. PA, 3/29 and will participate in the Penn Powwow 3/30/2013.
Ann Dapice, Deborah Hunter and Vanessa Adams-Harris will be co-presenters of “The Good We Would but Do Not” for the John Hope Franklin Symposium 2013, “The Value of Reconciliation: Opportunity, Equity & Race,” to be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 100 E. 2nd Street, Tulsa, OK, 5/29-31/2013. The session will present values research drawn from the disciplines of psychology, sociology, philosophy, religion and neuroscience and utilize interactive modes of art, story and drama in its presentation.
Ann Dapice will participate in Alumni Weekend programs and Greenfield Intercultural Center and graduation activities at University of Pennsylvania, Phila., May 11-13, 2013.
Ann Dapice has been requested to write an article on Native Medicine for the September 2013 issue of Oklahoma Humanities Magazine. Dana Tiger will provide the artwork for the article.
Ann Dapice is Co-Chair for Penn Spectrum 2013, University of Pennsylvania, Phila., PA, September 20-22, 2013.
MHAT Education Committee members Deborah Hunter and Ann Dapice will participate in the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium 2013, “Implications of Brain and Biological Research on Clinical Practice.” Tulsa Convention Center, September 26-27, 2013. T.K. Wolf has submitted a workshop presentation.
T.K. Wolf Board members will participate in the National Conference American Indians to be held in Tulsa, October 13-18, 2013.
Ann Dapice will present a lecture, “Type Two Diabetes and Alcoholism” at the International Diabetes Conference in Melbourne, Australia, December 2-6, 2013.