Thursday, October 15, 2009

TSU Joins Mission to Fight Breast Cancer

Tennessee State University joined the mission to end breast cancer and shared stories of campus survivors for the Susan G. Komen On The Go mobile experience. The interactive information center featured self-exam instructions, awareness tools, games and food.

Macie Pope-Pryor, a 20-year breast cancer survivor, shared her testimony with participants at the Susan G. Komen On The Go mobile facility at Welton Plaza.

Gulmakai Telwar, Sara Jabeen and Khadijah Rahim were among the TSU students visiting the Susan G. Komen mobile facility.

TSU students Justin Lee and Kristen Brown visited the interactive information center.

TSU students Darnell Towns, Vanna Albright, Domonique Rivers, Danielle Towns and Larissa Bryant volunteered at the event.

President Melvin N. Johnson listens inside the interactive information center.

Dr. Kathleen McEnerney, TSU interim vice president for academic affairs; Dr. Melvin N. Johnson, TSU president; Kathy Parolini, exectuive director of greater Nashville Susan G. Komen for the Cure; Dr. Marcy D. Johnson, founder of TSU Women’s Center; and Dr. Jewell Winn, director of business operations for facilities management, visited the Susan G. Komen On The Go interactive information center. The mobile facility was on the TSU campus Thursday, October 1. TSU is an active participant in the mission to end breast cancer.

No comments:

Post a Comment