Students highlight public health project at Research Unplugged Oct. 26

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Research Unplugged, the speaker series that brings Penn State researchers into the community for lively public discussions, this week focuses on a student-led research project in public health.

Schreyer Honors Student Ce Zhang and recent Penn State alum Adam Mosa will discuss their research in a talk titled, “What’s a Tippy-Tap? Promoting Hand Hygiene Among Uganda’s Schoolchildren.” Presenting with them will be their faculty adviser, Stephen Matthews.

Research Unplugged events are held on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m., at the Penn State Downtown Theatre on Allen Street in downtown State College.

As always, the programs are free and open to the public, with complimentary light refreshments available.

Read more about the full season of Research Unplugged: http://live.psu.edu/story/55481

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Last Updated October 26, 2011