Department of Radiation OncologyRadiation Biology Research DivisionRBI Meeting Speaker: Dr. Andrew Tsourkas, Associate Professor of Bioengineering12am-1pm in Room 9-146A
Cathryn Nagler, PhD - Regulation of allergic responses to food by the intestinal microbiota
The Dr. Soad Hussein Hassan Visiting Global Scholar Award: Miriam Hirschfeld
Global Population Health – How Will Nursing Make A Difference?
Miriam Hirschfeld, DNSc, DS(hon.), MD(hon.)
Professor Ererita, Department of Nursing
Emek Yezreel College, Israel
The presentation shall first review our present and future health and workforce challenges within their global socio-economic and political context. I shall then present examples where nursing research and nursing practice have the potential to make a major difference to individual, family, community and population health. The discussion will focus upon the imperative of moral courage and the need for nurses to take a stand and be heard in the face of austerity, the changing world order and the numerous natural and man-made disasters. I shall raise issues as to how the above must impact upon nursing education and the directions of nursing research. Finally, I shall raise the question of whether we need a global nursing ethic to advance a common goal and whether such a nursing ethic can contain the dilemmas posed by cultural differences and the needs for cultural safety.
Date and Time:
Thursday, February 13, 2014 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
School of Nursing - Claire M. Fagin Hall - Ann L. Roy Auditorium
This event is being postponed and will not take place on February 13th. We hope to reschedule it and will post details when we have a new date.
Kenji Murakammi, Ph.D. (Stanford), "Architecture of an RNA polymerase II transcription pre-initiation complex"
Comparative Effectiveness Research: Contributions from Acupuncture Studies
Claudia Witt, MD, MPH
Chair of Complementary and Integrative Medicine at the University of Zurich and Director of the Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine at the University Hospital, Zurich
Professor at the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine
LOCATION CHANGE- Class of '62 Auditorium, John Morgan Building
Accelerating Innovative Strategies to Achieve Health Equity
Thursday, February 13, 9:00am - 1:30pm | RSVP | View flyer Amado Recital Hall, Irvine Auditorium, 34th and Spruce streets
Now is the time for "less talk and more action" to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities to achieve health equity for all. This conference will bring together public health experts, researchers, faculty, students, and community members to provide valuable context for exploring innovative approaches and promising practices to counteract obesity and improve health equity. Featuring a keynote lecture by:
Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, MPH, PhD Adjunct Professor Department of Epidemiology Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University Dr. Jones' lecture is titled: Naming, Measuring, and Addressing the Impacts of Racism on Health
The event will also include a Point/Counterpoint lecture: Debating Strategies for Obesity Prevention as a Health Equity Issue
Applying for and being offered a tenure-track position is one of the common goals of the academic job search. But do you know how the actual tenure process works? Should you be thinking about the tenure process when you are applying to different types of institutions? And when you are offered a tenure-track position, what role should the tenure process play in your negotiations? Are you unsure about whether the tenure clock can be stopped, and for what reasons? If you have questions about any aspect of tenure as it relates to your academic job search, then bring your questions to this program. The speakers for this program will be:
· Dr. Susan Lindee, Associate Dean for the Social Sciences; Janice and Julian Bers Professor of History & Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania
· Dr. Karen Beckman, Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe Professor of the History of Art, University of Pennsylvania
Take this opportunity to learn about tenure from faculty members who have interesting and relevant experiences to share on this topic. Register today for this program by clicking HERE.
This program is a session of the Faculty Conversations on the Academic Job Search and Academic Life, a series for doctoral students and postdocs which is co-sponsored by Career Services and the Vice Provost for Education. You can find a complete list of the programs in this series here. This year, 2014, is the 19th year of this series in which faculty and administrators share valuable information to help you best understand the academic job search process. While some are targeted to people in certain broad discipline areas, all PhD students and postdocs are welcome to attend.
If you are looking for some information on faculty careers, then make sure that you take a look at some of the resources on this page of our website for some general information. The Chronicle of Higher Education website also has many advice columns on topics relating to tenure.
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