written by Debra Sullivan, PhD Uncertainty. Fear of the unknown. Isolation. Fear of death. Loss of control. Fatigue. Worry. “Life changing decisions have to be made quickly and I don’t have all the information I need. What should I do?” Most everyone in the world is having these kinds of feelings with the pandemic of […]
About Katherine Chyka, MPH
Katherine has been the CSCET Communications and Development Manager since 2017. She creates all of CSCET's publications (program calendar, newsletter, social media), manages fundraising events, and writes grants. Before joining the CSCET team, Katherine earned her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Health Communication from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. She enjoys learning German and creating ceramic pottery in her free time.
written by Maisen Conley Hello! My name is Maisen Conley and I am a nursing student at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. I have been interning at Cancer Support Community East Tennessee (CSCET) since August 2019. Part of my nursing curriculum is to acquire hours for academic service learning or ASL. The purpose of the […]