The Center for Global Health co-sponsors monthly and annual events and outreach opportunities on and off campus throughout the year. Here are global health events that are happening around the world.
October 22, 2014, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
1st Annual Global Development and Education Symposium
Folsom Stadium Club, Boulder
The Symposium will bring together policy and education leaders to present and exchange ideas on the future needs for global development education. Students are increasingly demanding that societal relevance and discussions of solutions to real-world problems be incorporated into their education. Meanwhile, many public and private sectors employers expect their new workers to solve problems in new ways, especially working with multiple stakeholders who bring different perspectives and skills to the problem-solving process. In response to this increasing demand for change, the Symposium will combine keynote speakers, panel discussions, and a discussion forum to begin a dialogue between various groups in and around CU Boulder on ways that higher education can better prepare students for the global workforce, with a focus on finding sustainable solutions to new education models.
Visit the symposium website for details at https://mcedc.colorado.edu/global-development-symposium and registration information.
October 22, 6:00-7:30 pm
World Affairs Challenge Kickoff Reception
Posner Center for International Development, 1031 33rd Street, Denver
The World Affairs Challenge (WAC) is dedicated to developing tomorrow's global leaders. With mentoring, education, and competition, WAC facilitates middle-school and high-school passion and learning about world affairs. WAC engages youth to solve some of the world's most pressing problems. WAC students move from awareness to action while learning to think critically, collaborate, communicate, and grow human capacity.
October 24, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Ebola and Public Health
Education Building 2 North | Room 2104 | Anschutz Medical Campus
Featured Topics and Speakers:
- Readiness at the State Level
- Readiness at the Local Level
- Readiness at Hospitals
- Communicating with the Public about Ebola
- The Ethics of Ebola Control Measures
This symposium will be taped and posted on the Colorado School of Public Health Center for Public Health Practice website: https://www.publichealthpractice.org/
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November 5, 3:00 pm
"International Legal Issues" presented by Emily J. Curray
Hansel Phelps Auditorium, Research Complex 1 North, Room 1006
Anschutz Medical Campus
This talk will cover the following topics:
- Your Legal Rights as Temporary Residents
- J-1 waivers (subject based on Skills List)
- H-1B visas – Transferring from higher education to a private employer.
- National Interest Waiver & evidence
- How do I know if it’s worth it to try an Extraordinary Ability petition? What if it’s denied?
- Adjusting to Permanent Residency: Self-sponsored & Institutionally Sponsored
- Finalizing the Green Card
- Maintaining Permanent Residency – What if I get a great offer at home?
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from an experienced legal expert!
November 10-21, 2014
Annual Global Health and Disasters Course
Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
This international health course is a two week course offered once a year as part of the University of Colorado School of Medicine Global Health Track. The first week of the course is the Global Health section of the course and the second week of the course is the Children in Disasters section.
This course prepares its participants for international experiences and future global health work. This is an interactive training course which incorporates readings, lectures, small group problem based learning exercises, technical skill sessions, online coursework and a disaster simulation exercise.
Click here to learn more, see a draft agenda, and register!
November 21, 2014
Annual Global Health Symposium
Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
Faculty and students of the University of Colorado share their work at this exciting annual event. Learn about last year's symposium by clicking here. Be sure to mark your calendar for this year's symposium!
March 22-May 19, 2015
Ride for World Health 2015
Ride for World Health is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization founded in 2006 by medical students at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. The Ride itself is an annual full support pedal powered journey bringing global health issues to classrooms and lecture halls in small towns and big cities across America. Along the way, riders raise funds for select beneficiaries who represent their ideals and implement programs that address the very issues they lecture about.
Apply to become a rider! Go to http://r4wh.org, click on “Apply Now,” or contact Arwa Mesiwala and Dave Hartnett at email@example.com.