Happenings in Practice
MDHHS' Child, Adolescent, and School Health Epidemiologist created Michigan and Detroit adolescent sexual health dashboards that incorporate data on teen births, STIs, and sexual behaviors/risk factors. These dashboards are now available online at: https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-73971_4911_41657---,00.html
- Jan312020 FPHLP Application ClosesSee application timeline here!11:50 pm EST
- Jan16Public Health Perspectives - Local Emergency PreparednessConversation cafe with Sergio Dinaro, Emergency Preparedness Manager at Wayne County Health Veterans and Community Wellness and Cindra James, Public Health Preparedness Administrator at Washtenaw County Health Department. Register at bit.ly/PHAST204:30 pm - 5:30 pmM1112 SPH II
- Jan9PHAST Applications CloseLast chance to apply! Learn more and apply here. MidnightOnline
- Dec20 PHAST Applications Open Apply to join the Public Health Action Support Team (PHAST) for Winter term! PHAST partners with community-based organizations and health departments locally, nationally, and globally for various community service, public health practice (e.g. community health assessment design and/or implementation, health education, qualitative methods), workshop, and training opportunities. Learn more and apply here.Online
- Dec11Leveraging Diversity Panel DiscussionThe Our Compelling Interests Series presents Leveraging Diversity, a panel discussion
on what we gain from diversity, exploring diversity narratives, and how we leverage
diversity to create new forms of a healthy civic nation. RSVP at https://lsa.umich.edu/social-solutions/news-events/events.detail.html/64781-16776795.html
Senior Vice President, Interfaith Youth Core
Chancellor, Rutgers University-Newark
John Seely Brown Distinguished University Professor of Complexity, Social Science, and Management at the the University of Michigan
Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity; Associate Professor of Higher Education; Director of Access and Equity, Steinhardt Institute for HIgher Education Policy, NYU
Distinguished Research Professor of Education, Law, Political Science and Urban Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles; Co-director of the Civil Rights Project at UCLA.
Moderated by Angela Dillard, Richard A. Meisler Collegiate Professor of Afroamerican & African Studies and in the Residential College4:00 pm - 5:30 pmRackham Amphitheatre
- Nov22Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Lunch & LearnPlease join us as we raise awareness and money to help support the homeless families
of Ypsilanti Community Schools. A keynote address will be given by Luke Shaefer.
Shaefer is currently the Director of the University of Michigan Poverty Solutions.
Shaefer is co-author (with Kathryn J. Edin) of the book $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost
Nothing in America, which explores the steep rise in the number of families across
the U.S. living on $2.00 per person, per day.
Cost: $25 - Tickets
Tickets can be purchased via eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ycs-hunger-and-homelessness-lunch-and-learn-tickets-80755143809?aff=ebdssbdestsearch or by contacting YCS Homeless LIason, Marquan Jackson, email@example.com:30 am - 1:00 pmYpsilanti Farmers Market Place, 16 South Washington Street, Ypsilanti
- Nov21 Public Health Perspectives - Food Systems Conversation cafe with Winona Bynum, Director of Detroit Food Policy Council, and
Kirk Mayes, Director of Forgotten Harvest.
Register here.4:30 pm - 5:30 pmM1112 SPH II
- Nov19Genesee County Prevention Coalition 4th Annual Meeting Dr. Volpitta will be our guest speaker, but with a different message to service providers,
educators and community leaders on the Resilient Mindset Model, a simple way to understand
the brain science of how to use any challenge as an opportunity to proactively build
resilience. In addition, the GCPC will recognize the 202 Board of Directors and the
2019 Partners in Prevention awards. Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/genesee-county-prevention-coalition-4th-annual-meeting-registration-79482800195.
Attendees may park in the YMCA overflow lot, street parking, U-M Flint White Building or pay for the flat lot. NO PARKING is allowed in the MUS or Farmers Market lots.9:00 am - 11:00 am200 E. 1st St., Flint, MI 48502
- Nov18The Resilience Formula: A Guide to Practive, Not Reactive, Parenting featuring author
Donna Volpitta, Ed.D.This community event hosted by the Genesee County Prevention Coalition is for parents,
educators, coaches, child care providers and anyone interested in learning more about
hte brain science of building resilience in youth. Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-resilience-formula-a-guide-to-proactive-not-reactive-parenting-registration-80019437291.
Attendees can park in the lot adjacent to the MSU College of Human Medicine.6:30 pm - 8:00 pm200 E. 1st St., Flint, MI 48502
- Nov13GIS and Data DayJoin us to celebrate International GIS Day! Join the Office of Outreach, faculty, and community organizations in discussions around data visualization and data-informed decision making. Specific topics include the 2017 Speak to Your Health Survey results and the 2020 Census. Learn more here.9:00 am - 2:00 pmU-M Flint GIS Center, Northbank Center 2nd Floor, 432 N. Saginaw St., Flint, Suite 207
- Nov7Water Secessions & The Flint Water CrisisAccording to the research of Dr. Louise Seamster, Assistant Professor of Sociology and African American Studies at the University of Iowa, Flin't water crisis was triggered by suburban "water secessions" from Detroit's water system, and enabled by emergency management. In this talk, Dr. Seamster will talk about how and why Flint was steered to use the Flint River, why Flint is now paying for two water sources, and how this fits into a larger context of debt, racial governance and inequality. Learn more here.4:30 pm - 6:00 pmHappenings Room (105 UCEN), U-M Flint Intercultural Center
- Nov1 FPHLP Application Opens The University of Michigan Future Public Health Leaders Program (UM FPHLP) is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health (Michigan Public Health) designed to encourage underrepresented college students to consider careers in public health. Learn more and apply here!