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  • JUL29Big Data Summer Institute Concluding SymposiumUndergraduate students from the Big Data Summer Institute, will give presentations based on the data sets they have been working on in their research project groups. Our Keynote Speaker will be Amy Herring, PhD from Duke University.1:00 pm - 4:00 pmOnline
  • JUL30Undergraduate Professional Development DayProfessional development sessions focused on undergraduate students.10:00 am -2:30 pmOnline
  • AUG19Applications of Statistical and Machine Learning Methods in Spatial TranscriptomicsDepartment of Biostatistics "Alumni of the Month" brown bag, Mingyao Li, PhD12:00 pm - 1:00 pmOnline
  • SEP1-2FestifallFestifall is a place to learn more about student organizations and academic programs offered at the University of Michigan. Stop by the table for the School of Public Health to learn more about the undergraduate bachelor's degree program.5:00 pm - 8:00 pmCentral Campus on N. University (between Thayer and Fletcher Street)
  • SEP3Fall Global Public Health Kick-OffThe Office of Global Public Health faculty and staff will answer questions about international internships, funding support, and more.11:00 am - 12:30 pm1680 SPH I
  • SEP15Virtual Fair: This is Public HealthMeet Representatives from public health schools & programs!9:00 am - 7:00 pmOnline
  • SEP15Undergraduate Information SessionLearn more about the undergraduate public health program and requirements for admission.4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
  • SEP17Understanding Anti-Racism for Public Health ProfessionalsThis workshop will explore common language and definitions to understand racism in the U.S. as a systemic issue, not simply an issue of individual attitudes, actions, or intentions.2:30 pm - 4:00 pmOnline
  • SEP24Understanding Anti-Racism for Public Health ProfessionalsThis workshop will explore common language and definitions to understand racism in the U.S. as a systemic issue, not simply an issue of individual attitudes, actions, or intentions. 2:30 pm- 4:00 pmOnline
  • OCT4The Science of Firearm Injury Prevention Expert researchers will give presentations on firearm injury prevention as it relates to: health disparities, suicide, unintentional injury, intimate partner violence, rural and urban settings, police shootings, criminal justice, engineering, policy, and arts and humanities. A keynote address, entitled, "I Don't Want to Die: Seeking Racial Justice amid Over- and Under Policing" will be delivered by Dr. Rod Brunson.11:00 am - 5:00 pmOnline
  • OCT5Global Health Internships 101: The BasicsJoin the Office of Global Public Health to learn the basics about global health internships for graduate students at the School of Public Health.5:00 pm - 6:15 pmOnline
  • OCT6Global Health Internships 101: The BasicsJoin the Office of Global Public Health to learn the basics about global health internships for graduate students at the School of Public Health.6:00 pm - 7:15 pmOnline
  • OCT19Workplace Civility and Organizational CultureIn this introductory workshop, participants will become aware of the workplace framework's civility, analyze examples of incivility between and among employees, formulate strategies using case studies, and identify action steps for minimizing civility in the workplace.1:00 pm - 2:30 pmOnline
  • OCT26Engendering Respectful Communities (ERC) Workshop for Graduate and Post-Doctoral StudentsEngendering Respectful Communities (ERC) is a one session dynamic workshop developed by University of Michigan’s Rackham Graduate School and various offices in Student Life (SAPAC, Spectrum Center, the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) and U-M Educational Theatre Company (ETC), that combines multiple instructional tools to engage graduate (MS, PhD) and postdoctoral students in meaningful dialogue about the various forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, assault, and discrimination that they may encounter.2:00 pm - 4:00 pmOnline
  • OCT28CRLT Presents: You Don't Belong HereThis session centers around an embodied case study depicting one woman’s reflections on her experiences of higher education and her interactions with a range of systems that sent a persistent message that she didn’t belong, that she would never truly be a part of her university community. Through session activities, participants will consider how these messages manifest and why they continue to occur despite the extensive labor of individuals sincerely committed to advancing equity. The theatrical portion of this session contains strong language. It includes explicit descriptions of racist and classist behaviors and the impact of systemic inequities on individuals and communities.1:00 pm - 3:30 pmOnline