Please join us for Ada Chats, a joint program of Heterick Memorial Library and Ada Public Library. March's presenters are Dr. Sophocles Chrissobolis, Dr. Natalie DiPietro Mager, and Rev. Dr. David MacDonald.
Dr. Sophocles Chrissobolis, assistant professor of pharmacology, will discuss the importance of basic science research into cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Natalie DiPietro Mager, associate professor of pharmacy practice, will highlight Ohio's struggles with infant mortality and novel ways pharmacists may work as part of interdisciplinary teams to reduce the infant mortality rate.
Rev. Dr. David MacDonald, University chaplain, will explain the history, usage, and religious folklore surrounding the practice prayer labyrinths, an ancient tool used in many cultures to facilitate meditation and contemplative prayer. The canvas labyrinth purchased by ONU for community use will be set up for exploration.