Prevention Research Center seminar to focus on connections between foreclosures and health

The Prevention Research Center Seminar Series will continue April 11 with a talk titled “Losing Hold of the American Dream: Connections Between Foreclosures and Health.” Cyleste C. Collins, faculty associate at the Center for Urban Poverty and Community Development and research assistant professor at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, will discuss her work in a recently funded project that is part of an interdisciplinary alliance investigating families’ experience with foreclosure (with the Schubert Center on Child Studies and PolicyMatters Ohio).

Her talk will begin at noon in the ground floor conference room of the BioEnterprise Building. A light lunch will be provided.

For more information on the series, contact Ilene Jewell at