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October 21, 2016

Washington University Startup Training Lab (WU-STL)
This bimonthly entrepreneurial skills series is offered by the Skandalaris Center in collaboration with The Mission Center L3C and the Brown School. Learn more:

October 21: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM at Skandalaris Center, Mallinckrodt 128

October 24, 2016

Model Selection Without Sin
Stephen Ryan of Washington University will speak on “Model Selection Without Sin.” Learn more:

October 24: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Seigle Hall, Room 348

October 26, 2016

CVIP Brown Bag
During this CVIP Brown Bag Lunch you will hear four Buder Scholars discuss their practicum experiences in Indian Country. Each student completed their concentration practicum through the SAGE program, which supports MSW students in completing practica focused on violence prevention among at-risk children, adolescents or transitional age Native youth.

October 26: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Hillman 300

October 28, 2016

HomeGrown STL Networking Breakfast
HomeGrown STL Networking Breakfast: Effective Engagement Practices Speaker: Halbert Sullivan, CEO, Father Support Center Speaker: Darren Sunkett, Head Coach, East St. Louis High School

October 28: 8:00 AM-10:00 AM at Goldfarb Hall Room: Goldfarb 132

November 03, 2016

Global Health Speaker Series
Dr. Maureen Black, a specialist in child development and nutrition, will be deliver a lecture as part of the IPH/Global Health Center, Global Health Speaker Series.

November 03: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Hall Room: Brown Lounge

November 11, 2016

Young, Gifted & @ Risk Symposium
In partnership with Washington University in St. Louis, the Steve Fund will convene its third annual “Young, Gifted & @Risk” symposium to bring together national scholars, campus administrators, mental health practitioners, families, students and community members to address the mental health needs of young people of color. The conference is open to the public, however registration is required. Learn more at

November 11: 7:00 AM-5:00 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

November 18, 2016

People and Climate Change: Vulnerability, Adaptation, Social Justice
Join us for this symposium on the human impacts of climate change, the social responses necessary for transformational solutions, and the policy implications of such solutions. Key speakers include experts on flooding, drought, heat, urbanization, adaptation, and indigenous health—representing research from the United States, Latin America, Southeast Asia and other parts of the world. All sessions on November 18 are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Learn more at

November 18: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

November 29, 2016

Mental Health is Public Health: Innovative Approaches to Behavioral Resilience
The Institute for Public Health's 2016 conference will feature a keynote address by Mary McKay, dean of the Brown School. Dean McKay will draw from her extensive experience working to improve behavioral health programming and mental health services for children, youth and families impacted by poverty. The conference, which is free and open to the public, will also include a panel discussion, poster session and networking opportunities. Learn more at

November 29: 8:00 AM-1:00 PM at Medical Campus, Eric P. Newman Conference Center


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