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LA GRANDE, Ore. January 19, 2017 – Health promotion specialist Matt Vogel is returning to eastern Oregon and the EOU campus this month to take on topics like college life, relationships and substance use.
Three presentations tailored for university students, faculty, staff and community members are planned January 30-31. Registration is required to attend the community presentation.
Vogel, who visited EOU in 2013 and 2014, has presented at numerous conferences, high schools and other colleges, addressing general and specific populations regarding health and behavior. He is currently a psychology instructor at Southern Oregon University.
These presentations are made possible by the EOU Wellness Program and the Center for Human Development, Inc. (CHD) Public Health-Prevention. For more information see the fliers below or contact the EOU Student Health Center at 541-962-3640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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