How can a liberal arts education benefit your career in healthcare? How can you take advantage of liberal arts opportunities at UVA?Join UVA Alum, Dr. Kenneth Harkavy, and Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs, Dr. John Densmore, and current UVA medical students as they discuss the importance of a liberal arts education in healthcare. Open to all students and all years.
Join Dr. Tina Brashers for a lively, informative, even humorous lecture on how interprofessional education works, and why. The program -- part of a five-university series -- is for nursing and medical students along with clinicians, new and experienced. Learn the IPE practice ropes from this captivating speaker and award-winning professor and participate in a high-tech ideas exchange with peers at universities around the state.
Our very own Dr. Dillingham will be moderating this discussion on the origins of infectious diseases, how they have been battled, and predictions about what’s to come. For more information, click here.
The Center for Global Health will be having a journal club meeting this Wednesday, March 16th, 7pm at the Center for Global Health (located across the street from the White Spot, next to OpenGrounds). We will be discussing The Global Supply of Health Professionals. Students from all backgrounds are welcome and as always, and we will be providing dinner from Foods of all Nations.
Attend this U.Va World Water event to hear from the Keynote Speaker Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chariman of the Board at Nestle S.A.
This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided and parking in the Darden Garage is free for this event. Please RSVP via email to LeadershipSpeakerSeries@darden.virginia.edu.
Attend this U.Va World Water event to hear from Jampel Dell'Angelo of the National Center for Socio-Environmental Synthesis, University of Maryland, Annapolis, MD.
Join us for this U.Va World Water event:
Daniel Shemie, Director of Water Funds, The Nature Conservancy’s Global Water Team
Join us for the final World Water event:
A Richmond native and graduate of MCV, Dr. Dave Elliott is a retired US Army trauma surgeon who now works with Doctors Without Borders, with missions in South Sudan, Jordan, and Nepal. Lunch provided!