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2019 HBCU Symposium on Study Abroad
HBCU faculty and staff from across the country will meet at Howard University for a symposium on improving faculty-led study abroad opportunities for students. The event will take place on Saturday, November 2nd, from 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., with an opening reception on November 1st, at 6:00 p.m. This event is for staff & faculty only.
Department of Chemistry Seminar
Title: Cryogenic Spectroscopy of Molecular Ions: Applications and Future Directions Abstract: Preparation of cold (< 50 K) molecules and ions in the gas phase enables discoveries of the fundamental chemical and physical properties of these species. In this talk, I will show how we investigated the intrinsic photophysics of nitrophenolate isomers (meta, para, and ortho) at low temperature using photodissociation mass spectrometry in a cryogenic ion trap instrument.
HUSL with ESI
The Lilies of Epsilon Sigma Iota Sorority, Incorporated from Howard University School of Law invite the Howard Community to join us for a 5K to End HIV on Saturday, October 26th, 2019. We hope you join us in spreading awareness and resources to communities heavily impacted by HIV. All funds raised through this event will go to Whitman-Walker Health, an organization that focuses on providing life saving services and education designed to prevent the transmission of HIV.
What goes wrong in cancer and how can we stop it?
Just Hall, Room 320
Dr. Michael Feigin from Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and mentor in the Howard University/Roswell Park Cancer Scholars Program will present his research on Wednesday, October 9, at 12:10 p.m. in Just Hall, Room 320. Additionally, HU Senior Jaelyn Vigee will present for 10 minutes on the research she conducted with Dr. Feigin during her 2019 Summer Research experience. All students are invited to attend an informational session taking place following the talk from 1-2 p.m.
Second Year Experience Student Success Social
Interdisciplinary Research Building ("W" & Georgia)
The Fall 2019 SYE Mecca Made Student Success Social is an opportunity for Howard University's Sophomore and/or Second-year students to meet, greet and be inspired about starting and finishing their second-year college experience STRONG!!
RSVP ONLY (Via Email)
Refreshments will be served.
Business Casual Attire!
GRADUATE STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINAR SERIES: Graduate Student Mental Health and Wellness
Founder's Library Digital Classroom
Graduate students nationwide are experiencing record-levels of stress and mental health challenges. This workshop provides literacy with addressing the unique mental health concerns of graduate students. Participants will learn how to maintain good mental health by recognizing mental health challenges, identifying effective strategies, and knowing when to engage on-campus and community resources to maintain and improve their mental well-being. Instructor: Constance M. Ellison, Ph.D., M.S. Senior Associate Graduate Dean Professor of Educational Psychology