USD Public Health Instructor Named Native American Ambassador
Wesner joins a select group of public health researchers from across the country to receive high-level instruction regarding opportunities to pursue research about Native American health issues. She will receive her specialized instruction at the University of Kansas Medical Center’s Center for American Indian Community Health.
Wesner has taught at the University of South Dakota since 2015.
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