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!
Join us for an Infectious Disease & Biodefense Seminar hosted by Christopher C. Moore, MD with Yap Boum II, PhD, Director of Training and Research Epicentre/Medicins Sans Frontieres Cameroon, Niger, and Uganda. Refreshments will be provided!
The 2016 SGAC conference is an opportunity to build skills, and bond with incredible activists from across the country. The conference is your opportunity to learn about current challenges to HIV treatment access, build your activist skills, and bond with fellow student activists. You will work together to create a strategy to expand access to treatment, and support those living with HIV as well as ensure more robust health systems worldwide.