One of the world’s leading experts on the global Ebola crisis will be in Gainesville on Monday, Dec. 1, to speak at the Gainesville Rotary Club. He will later visit the Brenau campus to record a program that will broadcast on 89.1 WBCX-FM, the brenau University radio station, Dec. 2, 5 and 7.
Dr. Frank E. Glover, who physician specializing in urology as well as an additional doctorate in public health/international health, recently testified before Congress and appeared on every major television news program commenting about the ravages of the disease. He will be in Gainesville Dec. 1 to appear at the Gainesville Rotary Club noon meeting, so we ambushed him for some additional talk on Brenau’s radio station, 89.1 WBCX. As a lead-up to the Dec. 1 Rotary appearance, the Brenau radio station already is conducting daily broadcasts of a telephone interview with Dr. Glover at 12:05 p.m. daily through Friday, Nov. 28. WBCX chief Jay Andrews and Dr. David Miller, a Brenau health care management professor, conducted the interview with Glover in his Southwest Georgia office last week. Glover will also appear with other experts in a more detailed discussion of the Ebola crisis and other public health issues.Following the Rotary appearance, the station will air a more detailed discussion featuring Glover, University of North Georgia Senior Vice President Dr. Al Panu, brenau’s David Miller and Jessi Shrout, assistant professor of biology and health science coordinator at Brenau. That program will air Tuesday, Dec. 2, and Friday, Dec. 5, at 12:05 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 7 at 11 a.m. as a lead-in to the global news from the BBC.
The Rotary program starts at noon on Monday, Dec. 1, at First Baptist Church in Gainesville. It is open to the public. However, if you are not a guest of a club member, there is a $15 charge for lunch and the program.
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