Take a break from studying for finals and enjoy a free Campus Cookie this Sunday at 7PM on the top floor of Clemons Library! Complements of the UVA Center for Global Health.
The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences is sponsoring a Dec. 1 forum to discuss progress and invite feedback from the University community on a series of proposals that faculty leaders began crafting this spring with the encouragement of Arts & Sciences Dean Ian Baucom.
Join the CGH Student Advisory Board this Wednesday December 2nd at 7pm at the Center for Global Health (across the street from the White Spot) for a lively interdisciplinary discussion! As always, delicious food from Foods of All Nations will be provided!
We will be discussing Amy Lockwood's Ted Talk: Selling Condoms in the Congo. RSVP Required!
- Marie-Louise Hammarskjold: MD, PHD. Working with HIV: A 30 Year Perspective. Dr. Hammarskjold will be talking about how far we have come since then in understanding and treating HIV.
Come get tested at the LGBTQ center and/or discuss how students can be active and stand with political action groups to fight AIDS.
"The Widening Disorder in the Middle East and North Africa: What are the Security and Health Implications of the Burgeoning Health Crisis?"
Join us for the second biennial Disability Studies Symposium at the University of Virginia. The keynote topic is: “Disability Human Rights and the Politics of Inclusion” - featuring Michael Ashley Stein, Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. For a full schedule of events, click here!