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March 25, 2017

27th Annual Pow Wow
10:00 AM-7:30 PM at Washington University Field House

The 27th annual Washington University in St. Louis Pow Wow will emphasize the theme Honoring Our Ancestors' Sacrifice: Empowering Children Today to be the Leaders of Tomorrow. The event is free and open to the public, featuring Native arts, crafts, dance contests, and food. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2mdaKvt.


March 28, 2017

CHEPAR Meeting With Dr. Benjamin Linas
8:00 AM-10:00 AM at Taylor Avenue Building, Rm 2131

Dr. Benjamin Linas, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, Boston University, whose work evaluates expanding guidance to screen for HCV infection in the United States, will speak on cost-effectiveness methodology. Please RSVP to chep.iph@wustl.edu. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/chepar-meeting-dr-ben-linas/


March 28, 2017

Global Spotlight
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb Commons & Courtyard

An informal opportunity to talk to fellow members of the Brown community about issues that affect us all including Child Welfare, Gender and Equality and Chronic Disease. Brown bag, but drinks and dessert will be provided.


March 28, 2017

Infectious Disease Seminar With Dr. Benjamin Linas
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at 15122 Northwest Tower

Dr. Benjamin Linas, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, Boston University, will share results of his work investigating clinical outcomes and the cost-effectiveness of expanding guidance to screen for HCV infection in the United States. This seminar will take place at 15122 Northwest Tower on the Medical Campus. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/infectious-disease-seminar-dr-benjamin-linas/


March 28, 2017

Drones, Phones, and Genomes: The Impact of New Age Technology on Disease Surveillance
5:30 PM-6:30 PM at FTLC, Medical Campus

This month’s Global Health Conversation is “Drones, Phones, and Genomes: The Impact of New Age Technology on Disease.” The event will be held at Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Room 214, on the Medical Campus. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/drones-phones-genomes-impact-new-age-technology-disease-surveillance/


March 29, 2017

"I do not know this little girl" - Race, Gender, and Child Protection
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

The Brown School Committee for Diversity, Inclusion & Equity invites you to attend an upcoming presentation by Rebecca Wanzo, an Associate Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. The presentation will help to answer some important questions: How does the history of child protection in the United States racialized? What are the costs of privileging some stories of child victimization over others?


March 29, 2017

Cultural Booths and Cultural Showcase
5:00 PM-8:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

Let's celebrate our beautiful diversity in the Brown School community and show off our awesome unique cultures! The showcase is broken into two parts, which include cultural booths with international food from 5pm to 6pm and cultural performances from 6:15pm to 8pm.


March 31, 2017

Global Health and Infectious Disease Conference
8:30 AM-5:00 PM at Eric P. Newman Education Center

"Science to Solutions" The event includes presentations, a poster session and an opportunity to have lunch with a speaker. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/5th-annual-global-health-infectious-disease-conference/


April 04, 2017

Future of Health Policy in an Aging America
8:30 AM-11:30 AM at Eric P. Newman Education Center

The Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging, in partnership with the Center for Health Economics and Policy, is hosting the 17th Annual Friedman Lecture & Awards to explore the future of health policy in a rapidly aging America. Our keynote speaker, Marilyn Moon, PhD, will discuss Medicare and other federal programs and policies relevant for older adults and what we might expect in the coming years. Join us at the Eric P. Newman Education Center on the Washington University Medical Campus. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/future-health-policy-aging-america/


April 04, 2017

Future of Health Policy in an Aging America
8:30 AM-11:30 AM at Eric P. Newman Education Cntr, Medical Campus

The Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging, in partnership with the Center for Health Economics and Policy, is hosting the 17th Annual Friedman Lecture & Awards to explore the future of health policy in a rapidly aging America. Keynote speaker Marilyn Moon will discuss Medicare and other federal programs and policies relevant for older adults and what we might expect in the coming years. Moon’s keynote will be followed by an audience discussion with Timothy McBride and Edward Lawlor. Learn more and register: https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/future-health-policy-aging-america/


April 04, 2017

Public Health Speaker Series
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony



April 04, 2017

Public Health Implications of Refugee Crises
4:00 PM-7:30 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb 132

Global Health Conversations is an exciting monthly forum for trainees, faculty and staff to engage in topics of interest to the global community. The event is organized by the Global Health Student Advisory Committee.


April 05, 2017

Network Science Interest Group
3:30 PM-5:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb 135

The Network Science Interest Group is a community of scholars, researchers, and evaluators at Washington University who are interested in network science and network analysis in its various forms. The mission of the NSIG is to share network ideas, provide resources for the broader community, and enhance the network of network scientists.


April 06, 2017

Evicted: Poverty and Fair Housing in St. Louis
8:15 AM-2:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

Join the Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council (EHOC) at the 2017 Annual Fair Housing Conference, featuring Matthew Desmond, best-selling author of Evicted: Poverty & Profit in the American City. Through a keynote address and panel discussions, this conference will provide an in-depth look at evictions and other current fair housing challenges in the St. Louis region. Advance registration required. Visit ehoc.eventbrite.com to purchase tickets.


April 06, 2017

Dr. Patricia Walker talk
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

The Forum for International Health and Tropical Medicine (FIHTM) medical student group has invited Dr. Patricia Walker to speak on April 6, 2017 in their symposium. Dr. Walker is an immigrant-refugee health expert, http://www.dom.umn.edu/bio/global-health-medicine/patricia-walker


April 10, 2017

The Role of Purpose in Life on Successful Aging
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Danforth University Center, Rm 276

Patrick L. Hill, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University presents this talk as part of the Issues in Aging seminar series. Open to all; no RSVP necessary. Pizza and beverages will be available. Attendees are also invited to bring lunch. The talk will take place in Room 276 of the Danforth University Center. Danforth map (.pdf). Free parking validation will be offered for the Danforth University Center Garage. CEUs for social work are available to attendees. Please bring $10 cash or check. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/spatial-navigation-preclinical-alzheimers-disease/


April 13, 2017

Alumni Board Film Series
6:00 PM-9:00 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

Join us to watch Hunger in America. A powerful documentary that tackles the hunger epidemic in America. The film will be followed by a thoughtful discussion featuring Lindy Drew MSW/MPH ‘16, co-founder of Humans of St. Louis, and Judith Coyman, director of community relations at Operation Food Search. RSVP by April 7, 2017 to brown.alumni@wustl.edu.


April 19, 2017

Amplifying Impact: Launching a Platform for Connecting Evidence to Policy
5:00 PM-7:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

The official launch of the Clark-Fox Policy Institute will highlight the importance of using evidence informed policy to improve the lives of children, youth and the adults who care for them. Following a 5:00 pm reception, the program begins at 5:30 and includes leaders from the Washington University campus community, the region, and the state. All are invited to attend. Learn more or rsvp at: https://sites.wustl.edu/clarkfoxpolicyinstitute/cfpi-launch-event/


April 20, 2017

Research Without Walls
3:30 PM-5:30 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

Join us as we showcase research conducted by our social work and public health students. Learn about the impact they are making in our community and around the world. A reception and poster presentation will take place in Hillman Hall, followed by a featured speaker and an awards presentation in the Clark-Fox Forum.


 
 
 

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