Students of Color for Public Health invites you to join us for National Public Health Week (April 3-7): Public Health Awakened. Through the events of this week we hope to illustrate the effects that the current political climate have on the health of communities we are from, study and work with. Each of our sessions will provide historical context, incorporate knowledge from both community organizations and researchers in academia, and end with a better understanding of how to advocate for health equity and justice.
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) Information Sessions
Academic Services will offer workshops for students about policies and procedures related to filing theses and dissertations. These sessions will address both Master’s and Doctoral filers.
We invite you to attend a session if you are filing this year. Please feel free to attend a session regardless if a particular session is already sold out.