The 1989 DeHaan Lecture was given by
Lawrence W. Green, DrPH, MPH
Opening Remarks by
Dr. Eugene J. Gangarosa
Acting Director, Division of Public Health
November 27, 1989
Rollins School of Public Health
Dr. Lawrence W. Green received his degrees in Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley. He has worked as a health educator in local, state, federal, and international agencies. His academic appointments include Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health where he was Dean and Chairperson of the Division of Health Education, and University of Texas where he was Director of the Center for Health Promotion Research and Development. He is the author of over 200 chapters, monographs, and articles. Of his four books, two are used as texts in the Health Promotion and Education Track: Health Education Planning and Measurement and Evaluation in Health Education and Health Promotion. Since 1988, Dr. Green has been the Vice President and Director of Health Promotion at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Dr. Green has also been honored with the Distinguished Fellow Award of the Society for Public Health Education, the Presidential Citation of the Association for the Advancement of Health Education, and the Distinguished Career Award of the American School Health Association.