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Distinguished Speaker: Amani M. Nuru-Jeter, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Nuru-JeterWe are pleased to welcome Dr. Amani M. Nuru-Jeter on Tuesday, 5/23, 6pm, DISC 061.  Please join us for a discussion on "What Is This Thing We Call “Race” and How Does it Get into the Body?"  We are pleased to co-host this event with the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, and hope you will RSVP to attend this presentation and recognize Dr. Nuru-Jeter's exemplary scholarship and leadership.  

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Free Film Screening & Discussion: Trapped

trapped film posterJoin us on Saturday, 2/4/17, for a free screening and discussion of the documentary Trapped.  Professors Jody Early and Meghan Eagen Torkko will host this event in UW2-005.  The School of Nursing & Health Studies is proud to bring you the opportunity to view and discuss this film.

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Study Abroad in Sardinia: Watch the Video!

Over the summer, Associate Professor Jody Early, led a group of students as they travelled to Sardinia, Italy. The students, from a variety of disciplines, worked with refugees seeking asylum. Learn more about the trip and see the video highlights.

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Health Studies Alumni in Senegal

alumni in senegalHealth Studies alumni Aimee Desrochers and Alex Winters, both class of 2014, found out global health can be a small world when they unexpectedly bumped into each other in Senegal.  

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Examining Migration, Health and Social Justice in Sardinia

Associate Professor, Jody Early, co-led a group of students as they travelled to Sardinia, Italy. The 25 students, from a variety of disciplines, worked with individuals migrating to Sardinia seeking asylum. 

 

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