Date of Award
University or Center
Interdenominational Theology Center (ITC)
This project dissertation, entitled “Collaborative Campus Ministry and Its Impact on Women’s Health,” provides a foundation from which to develop a collaborative campus ministry that approaches issues relating to women’s health on a historically Black campus. The dissertation includes the results of a collaboration between the Campus Ministry Office, Health Service Center, and Counseling at Morris Brown College, along with local congregations and community agencies and organizations.
This project dissertation presents the development and findings of Sisters Aligned and Living Together (SALT): A Women’s Health Conference. Project SALT provided basic information for the development and operation of a weilness program Health Education Resource Service(HERS) designed to address health concerns and challenges of many young African American women at Morris Brown College and other college campuses as well as in local congregations.
Grant, Debora Felita, "Collaborative campus ministry and its impact on women's health" (1999). ETD Collection for Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center. Paper 264.