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February 20, 2017

Black Student Union Speakers Series
11:30 AM-1:30 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

Black Student Union will be hosting a weekly speakers' series every Monday at noon throughout February for Black History Month


February 20, 2017

Mental Health in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Danforth University Center, Room 276

Brown School associate professor Jean-Francois Trani will present on mental health in conflict and post-conflict settings as part of Global Health Week. Learn more and register: https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/dr-jean-francois-trani-lecture/


February 20, 2017

Alumni Board Film Series
6:00 PM-9:00 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

Join us for a viewing of "3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets", a film examining the events surrounding the 2012 shooting of Jordan Davis, the racial and legal aspects of incident itself, and the subsequent trial, media coverage and protests that resulted from the shooting. Panel discussion immediately following. Open to all. RSVP to brown.alumni@wustl.edu


February 22, 2017

Technology and Social Good
5:30 PM-6:30 PM at Brauer Hall, Room 12

The 2017 Mindlin Lecture will feature Washington University alumna Ellen W. Zegura speaking on "Technology and Social Good." Zegura, professor and chair in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, helped create the college's Computing for Good initiative, which focused on the use of computing to solve pressing societal problems. A reception at 5 p.m. in Whitaker Atrium will precede Zegura's lecture.


February 22, 2017

The Art of Social Change: Introduction to Digital Storytelling - Engaging Community through the Power of Story, Sound, and Image
6:00 PM-8:00 PM at Steinberg Hall - Steinberg Gallery

Registration and payment are required. For more information, see the link below http://bit.ly/2hNspLj


February 22, 2017

2017 St. Louis City Mayoral Forum
6:00 PM-9:00 PM at The Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

For the Sake of All and nine community organization partners invite you to attend a forum featuring candidates running for St. Louis mayor. The event will take place at 3648 Washington Blvd., St. Louis. The forum will focus on regional issues outlined by the signature priorities of the Forward through Ferguson Report. The reception begins at 6 p.m. and the forum begins at 7 p.m. Learn more and register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/st-louis-mayoral-forum-2017-tickets-30861919833


February 22, 2017

St. Louis City Mayoral Forum
6:00 PM-9:00 PM at The Sheldon, 3648 Washington Boulevard

For the first time in 16 years, the City of St. Louis will be electing a new mayor and a group of regional initiatives focused on creating a more racially equitable region have partnered to host this forum, which will focus the conversation on signature priorities of the Forward Through Ferguson Report: Justice for All, Youth at Center, and Opportunity to Thrive. For the Sake of All is a key planning partner for the forum, and the Clark-Fox Policy Institute is a sponsor. Register for this free event at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/st-louis-mayoral-forum-2017-tickets-30861919833


February 23, 2017

The Sustainable Development Goals: Toward Better Living Standards for Everyone
4:00 PM-5:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

Join us for a talk with John McArthur, Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development Program, Brookings Institution, Senior Advisor, UN Foundation, and a member of Board of Governors for the International Development Research Centre, as part of Global Health Week, the Global Health Visiting Speaker Series, and the Brown School Global Poverty Theme. Learn more: https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/global-health-visiting-speaker-series-3.


February 24, 2017

Peter Ventevogel - Refugee Crisis: The Role of UNHCR
10:00 AM-11:00 AM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

Peter Ventevogel is the mental health focal point for UNHCR. He will be discussing the refugee crisis from the point of view of the UNHCR.


February 24, 2017

What’s at Stake in the St. Louis City Election?
4:00 PM-5:30 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

Ahead of the St. Louis mayoral primary on March 7, learn about priority issues such as economic opportunity, public and neighborhood safety, and public education. Join moderator Tom Irwin, Executive Director of Civic Progress, and guest panelists: • David Hardy, Deputy Superintendent of Academics at St. Louis Public Schools • Ginger Imster, Executive Director of Arch Grants • Dave Leipholtz, Director of Community-Based Studies at Better Together STL Reception to follow. RSVP at gephardtinstitute.wustl.edu/stlelection


February 27, 2017

Black Student Union Speakers Series
11:30 AM-1:30 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

Black Student Union will be hosting a weekly speakers' series every Monday at noon throughout February for Black History Month


February 28, 2017

Global Spotlight
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb Commons & Courtyard

An informal opportunity to talk to fellow members of the Brown community about issues that affect us all including Child Welfare, Gender and Equality and Chronic Disease. Brown bag, but drinks and dessert will be provided.


March 01, 2017

Confronting the Global HIV Epidemic Among Women Who Use Drugs
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Lounge

This talk, part of the Dissemination & Implementation Speaker Series, will feature Nabila El-Bassel, PhD, MSW, Columbia University, discussing confronting the global HIV epidemic among women who use drugs: the power of behavioral interventions using examples from the U.S. and Central Asia. The seminar is from 12-1 pm with a reception to follow.


March 01, 2017

Network Science Interest Group
3:30 PM-5:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb 132

The Network Science Interest Group is a community of scholars, researchers, and evaluators at Washington University who are interested in network science and network analysis in its various forms. The mission of the NSIG is to share network ideas, provide resources for the broader community, and enhance the network of network scientists.


March 02, 2017

Spring Symposium on Survivorship
12:00 PM-4:30 PM at Farrell Learning & Teaching Center, Holden Aud.

From the Siteman Cancer Center and the Institute for Public Health, this symposium aims to foster collaborations for cancer survivorship research among investigators. The event is free and open to the public. Learn more and register.


March 06, 2017

Issues In Aging - Addressing Hoarding Issues in Housing
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at FLTC

Debbie Kricensky, St. Louis County Problem Properties Unit, will offer this talk as part of the Issues in Aging seminar series. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/issues-aging-topic-tbd/


March 06, 2017

Brown School Distinguished Alumni Awards
6:00 PM-9:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Caleres Lounge and Terrace

The Distinguished Alumni Awards honor our remarkable alumni who create positive change for people around the globe. This year’s honorees include Carl E. Josehart, LA ’84, MSW ’87, Kathy Meath, MSW ’80, Gwendolyn Packnett, MSW ’80, Jean Schultz, MSW ’46, Nikki Doughty, MSW ’14, Evan Krauss, MSW ’09, Susan Warshaw, MSW ’79, and Henry Warshaw, AB ’76, MBA ’79 RSVP REQUIRED. Contact Kat Dankel at Brown.Alumni@wustl.edu for details.


March 06, 2017

Brown School Distinguished Alumni Awards
6:00 PM-9:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

The Distinguished Alumni Awards honor our remarkable alumni who create positive change for people around the globe. This year’s honorees include Carl E. Josehart, LA ’84, MSW ’87, Kathy Meath, MSW ’80, Gwendolyn Packnett, MSW ’80, Jean Schultz, MSW ’46, Nikki Doughty, MSW ’14, Evan Krauss, MSW ’09, Susan Warshaw, MSW ’79, and Henry Warshaw, AB ’76, MBA ’79 RSVP REQUIRED. Contact Kat Dankel at Brown.Alumni@wustl.edu for details.


March 07, 2017

Public Health Speaker Series
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony



March 07, 2017

Pediatric Firearm Injury and Safety Symposium: Keeping Our Kids Safe
2:00 PM-6:00 PM at Eric P. Newman Education Center

Symposium will highlight the societal and emotional costs of pediatric firearm-related injuries and deaths. https://publichealth.wustl.edu/events/preventing-pediatric-firearm-related-injuries-deaths/


March 08, 2017

MPH Info Session
6:00 PM-7:30 PM at Hillman Hall: Hillman 110

MPH Info Session


March 09, 2017

SOS Discovering Our Community - Ready by 21
5:30 PM-8:00 PM at Hillman Hall: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony

Join us as we learn about Ready by 21 St. Louis a community-driven, collaborative effort to ensure that all young people in the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County and St. Charles County have the support they need to be productive, connected, healthy and safe. Register Now! <http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/regform?oeidk=a07edtg5l4jb21f75c5&c=a2b96420-f54a-11e2-9270-d4ae529a824a&ch=a2bc9870-f54a-11e2-9270-d4ae529a824a>


March 14, 2017

MSW Information Session
6:00 PM-7:30 PM at Hillman Hall: Hillman 110

MSW Information Session


March 20, 2017

Social Work Month Program
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Brown Hall: Brown Lounge

Tamitha Overly Ague, ACSW, Executive Director of NASW-Missouri Chapter, will share "Oh, The Places We will Go" on March 20, at noon in Brown Hall Lounge. Learn the status and future of Missouri Social Work. Lunch provided with rsvp to mswprogram@wustl.edu.


March 23, 2017

Admissions Virtual Info Session: MPH Program and Specializations
11:30 AM-1:15 PM at Hillman Hall: Hillman 158



March 28, 2017

Global Spotlight
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb Commons & Courtyard

An informal opportunity to talk to fellow members of the Brown community about issues that affect us all including Child Welfare, Gender and Equality and Chronic Disease. Brown bag, but drinks and dessert will be provided.


April 04, 2017

Public Health Speaker Series
12:00 PM-1:00 PM at Hillman Hall Room: Clark Fox Forum and Balcony



April 05, 2017

Network Science Interest Group
3:30 PM-5:00 PM at Goldfarb Hall: Goldfarb 135

The Network Science Interest Group is a community of scholars, researchers, and evaluators at Washington University who are interested in network science and network analysis in its various forms. The mission of the NSIG is to share network ideas, provide resources for the broader community, and enhance the network of network scientists.


 
 
 

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