APHA Alumni & Friends Reception

National Center for Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta, GA, United States

Please join Gillings Advancement at the 2023 APHA Alumni and Friends Reception on November 13, 2023 from 6-8PM at the National Center for Human and Civil Rights. Reconnect with alumni, students, faculty and staff, and meet the newest members of our community in an evening filled with networking and community spirit. Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres,... Read more »

Asian American Identities and Addressing Anti-Asian Racism

Dr. Jennifer Ho, professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, will discuss what it means to be Asian American and the history of anti-Asian racism from the 19th century to our present day, which we have seen over the last few years with the violent manifestations of anti-Asian racism during the COVID-19 pandemic. The discussion... Read more »

B3 Coffee Allyship Training

1040 Peabody

B3 Coffee is a student organization focused on uniting individuals of all abilities using coffee as a point of connection. Join us for a roundtable discussion on disability ally ship and justice led by student org members! May count as a CLE credit and has snacks and beverages provided. Contact Prasha Sheth with questions.

UNC Italian Food, Culture and Health Info Session

0003/0004 Michael Hooker Research Center Michael Hooker Research Center, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Come out to the info session to learn more about this opportunity. We invite you to participate in a unique traveling study abroad program, where you will embark on an intercultural journey exploring two vastly different Italian cities, culture, and lifestyle. Tuscania is a charming rural town north of Rome with cultivated fields, spanning orchards,... Read more »

Gillings Faculty Seminar – Honor Code Answers

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

How can Gillings faculty help students understand and follow the Honor Code? Join Jennifer Spangenberg, Director of Student Conduct, as she shares what’s new in the UNC-CH Honor Code. She will share best practices for faculty to help students adhere to the Honor Code. Some topics include: • How do we address the use of... Read more »

2023 Entrepreneurship Panel: A Discussion with Faculty & Student Founders

133 Rosenau Hall (Joan Heckler Gillings Auditorium) Rosenau Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join us for an exciting evening focused on innovation and entrepreneurship! Hear about the journeys of Gillings Entrepreneurs and connect with them during a brief reception with refreshments afterward. Meet Orlando Coronell from Sorbenta, Lauren Fidelak representing HANDS, Sean Sylvia of Collective Good, Steve Zeisel from SNP Therapeutics, and Emily Newman & Kathryn Carpenter of... Read more »

Back to our Roots (HIV/STIs): Lessons Learned and the Path Forward

William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education, 100 Friday Center Dr, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Interested in learning more about applied epidemiology in North Carolina and connecting with professionals, researchers and students from the field? Register to attend the research-to-practice symposium “Back to Our Roots (HIV/STDs): Lessons Learned and the Path Forward.” The symposium will feature a talk by Laura Bachmann from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Other... Read more »

Dataverse API

This is a full-day, intensive, interactive course focused on using the Dataverse Application Programming Interface (API) to interact with data archived in a Dataverse-based repository. The session will be broken into to two segments over the course of the day: 1) we will cover the basics of what an API is, how it works, and... Read more »

Public Health Advocacy Panel: Gun Violence Prevention as a Public Health Issue

133 Rosenau Hall (Joan Heckler Gillings Auditorium) Rosenau Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION IS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE Join us for a community conversation to hear from three expert panelists - Dr. Frank Baumgartner, Dr. Beth Moracco, and Dr. Ciara Zachary, moderated by WUNC's Leoneda Inge about policy and gaps in policies surrounding gun violence, evidence-based prevention strategies, and actions you can take to advocate... Read more »

2nd Annual Student Health Action Coalition 5K Walk and Run

180 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 180 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, NC

UNC’s SHAC Clinic is the oldest student-run free clinic in the US. Join us in celebrating the SHAC’s 56th anniversary at the SHAC 5K Walk and Run on Saturday, November 18th! 100% of the proceeds will go towards SHAC’s free health services for our uninsured and underinsured neighbors in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Durham. Your... Read more »

Inclusive Care Practices for Transgender Individuals with Kayden Coleman

UNC School of Social Work, Main Lobby

In this 90-minute presentation, Kayden Coleman aims to increase attendees understanding and ability to provide high quality, culturally competent, and inclusive care for transgender individuals in clinical settings. Registration for in-person and virtual attendance is required. The event will take place in room 500 at the UNC School of Social work. Contact Allison George with questions.

A Seminar in Honor of Wendy Brewster: “Endometrial Cancer, Health Disparities, and Mentorship”

G100 Bondurant Hall 321 South Columbia St, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Please join the Women's Health Multidisciplinary Consortium for a special seminar this month in honor of Wendy Brewster, MD, PhD. Wendy was a trailblazer in women's health and racial health disparities at UNC, as well as a beloved mentor. To continue carrying on her legacy, the "Endometrial Cancer, Health Disparities, and Mentorship" seminar will feature... Read more »

Literature, Medicine, and Culture Colloquium monthly meeting

HHIVE Lab, Greenlaw 524

The Literature, Medicine, and Culture Colloquium (LMCC) at UNC is an informal reading and working group of graduate and professional students (but open to the entire UNC community) who meet monthly to talk about all things related to the intersections of literature, medicine, and culture. In the past, we’ve met to workshop conference papers or... Read more »

Big Data, Big Deal? Exploring the Potential & Peril of Modern Data Sources

Registration open for Odum Institute short course, "Big Data, Bigger Deal?" Dr. Trent D. Buskirk is the Novak Family Professor of Data Science and the Chair of the Applied Statistics and Operations Research Department at Bowling Green State University. Contact Jill Stevens with questions.

Modern Civic Life and Public Health Across the Americas

Rizzo Conference Center 150 DuBose Home Lane, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

This seminar will explore complex issues at the intersection of civic and physical health by focusing on the crucial roles women and migrants are playing in two populations—among displaced people in Colombia and in Latinx communities in the United States. We will seek to understand how social relationships, dialogues, religious values, and family traditions affect... Read more »

UNC Holiday Carolina Blood Drive

Fetzer Hall

The Holiday Carolina Blood Drive is celebrating 25 years! Show you bleed Carolina Blue and donate blood with the American Red Cross at the Holiday Carolina Blood Drive. As a thank you for your generosity, presenting donors will receive a long-sleeve commemorative Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last.* For event details or to volunteer, visit... Read more »