Registration open for “Quantitative and Qualitative Data Collection Techniques for Health Measurements”

This course will focus on both qualitative and quantitative data collection techniques to measure health. First, participants will learn about collecting qualitative data on health through semi-structured interviews and researcher driven photo-elicitation interviews. Second, we give an introduction to the design and implementation of quantitative surveys. Participants will learn more about the design of survey... Read more »

Lunch & Learn – Financial Security for Retirement

Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Library 200 South Rd, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Carolina Peer Support Collaborative Don’t let the future spook you! Join Total WellBeing and TIAA (Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America) for a financial wellness midcareer retirement check-in. This session will focus on keys to successful money management and retirement saving strategies that can help put you on the path to lifelong financial security.... Read more »

Demystifying the Dean with the Minority Student Caucus

2304 McGavran-Greenberg Hall McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Demystifying the Dean! Join the Minority Student Caucus to get to know Dean Nancy Messonnier with a fun activity and friendly conversation on October 31st from 12:15 pm-1 pm in McGavran- Greenberg 2304. Open to all students, treats provided! Contact the Minority Student Caucus with questions.

UNC Migrant Health Service – Learning Program Info Session

2005 Michael Hooker Research Center (William L. Roper Conference Room) Michael Hooker Research Center, Chapel Hill, United States

Come learn about this interdisciplinary SERVICE program that brings together public health students and medical residents to work non-profits in Tucson, AZ assisting migrants. Students will travel together to Tucson... Read more »

Wellbeing Wednesday: The Dimensions of Emotional Wellness

2306 McGavran-Greenberg Hall McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Please join Gillings Student Affairs in the Dimensions of Wellness Series. This series will cover the 7 Dimensions of Wellness emotional, physical, occupational, social, intellectual, environmental, and financial. This series will span the 23-24 academic year. This session is the Emotional session. Tips for your type: How to use the Enneagram as a tool for... Read more »

Wellbeing Wednesday: Emotional Session

Please join Gillings Student Affairs in the Dimensions of Wellness Series. This series will cover the 7 Dimensions of Wellness emotional, physical, occupational, social, intellectual, environmental, and financial. This series will span the 23-24 academic year. This session is the Emotional session. Tips for your type: How to use the Enneagram as a tool for... Read more »

Wellbeing Wednesday: The Dimensions of Emotional Wellness: Tips for your type: How to use your Enneagram for academic success

Please join Gillings Student Affairs in the Dimensions of Wellness Series. This series will cover the 7 Dimensions of Wellness emotional, physical, occupational, social, intellectual, environmental, and financial. This series will span the 23-24 academic year. This session is the Emotional session. “Tips for your type: How to use the Enneagram” as a tool for... Read more »

Alumni and Employer Panel: Public Health Research

1301 McGavran-Greenberg Hall (Michel A. Ibrahim Seminar Room) McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Research on handshake: https://unc.joinhandshake.com/login

Haven Training Fall 2023

235 Rosenau Hall Rosenau Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

HAVEN (Helping Advocates for Ending Violence Now) is a collaboration between VPAS and the Equal Opportunity and Compliance office. It provides participants with tools to be an ally to someone who has experienced sexual assault, interpersonal violence, and/or stalking. The three-hour training emphasizes the importance of listening, responding compassionately, and connecting survivors to resources on... Read more »

Modular Design and Automated Testing with Python

This course will introduce participants to some of the best practices of professional software development. Participants will learn to structure their Python code into reusable functions and store those functions as separate scripts and/or packages. Participants will learn to write automated tests for their functions, to help confirm that results are as expected and to... Read more »

Multi-Item Scale Development Part 2

This course is the second in a two-part scale development course series on scale development. Part one of the series focused on the general theories and methods used in the scale development process. This second portion focuses on the analytic methods used to statistically test, refine, and validate scale data. These methods include Cronbach’s alpha,... Read more »

Faculty Development – Better Together: From Theory to Practice

Blue Zone, Kenan Memorial Stadium 104 Stadium Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

The evening will start at 5:00 with a toast to celebrate UNC receiving the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) and the PHS Commissioned Officers Foundation for the Advancement of Public Health (COF) award for Innovation in interprofessional engagement. After some networking, we will launch into a faculty development workshop, where you will expand your professional network,... Read more »

Reshaping the Great Migration and Public Health in the South

A keynote address by Richard McKinley Mizelle, Jr., associate professor of history, University of Houston. Information and registration links for in-person or virtual attendance: https://guides.lib.unc.edu/wilson-fellows-symposium/home “The Great Migration has generated a groundswell of scholarship in the past forty-years.  From resilient stories of survival in harsh rural and urban landscapes to the art work of Jacob... Read more »

School Climate Survey Focus Groups

We want to hear from you! The consultants who administered the climate survey will be conducting focus groups. Faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate in both in person... Read more »